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Zero Tolerance Making It Work.

May 1, 1999
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Zero tolerance is all the rage. But dealing with workplace problems requires more than rhetoric. It’s about crafting an effective policy and putting all the pieces in place to make it work.
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The Postal Service’s Zero Tolerance Policy

May 1, 1999
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In the wake of several well-publicized incidents, the United States Postal Service posted this safe-workplace policy at all locations.
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Avoid Workplace Romance Lawsuits

February 16, 1999
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Avoid Workplace Romance Lawsuits
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Waiver of Mandatory Arbitration

January 19, 1999
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Waiver of Mandatory Arbitration
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How to Cut Down on Fraud

November 13, 1998
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How to Cut Down on Fraud
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Employee Access to Personnel Files

October 28, 1998
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Employee Access to Personnel Files
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Guidelines for Office Relationships

October 13, 1998
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Guidelines for Office Relationships
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Sexual Harassment Prevention Seven Actions to Take in the Wake of the Supreme Court's Decisions

October 1, 1998
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How should you respond to the recent verdicts in Burlington Industries, Inc. vs. Ellerth and Faragher vs. City of Boca Raton ? Here are seven points of action in executing the Supreme Court's new directives mentioned in "Sexual Harassment:New Rules, Higher Stakes"
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Informal Harassment Policies Key to Prevention

October 1, 1998
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Most research would indicate that a small fraction of employees ever say or do anything about harassing behavior. It's best to intervene and provide solutions to employee problems before they escalate into full-blown, formal complaints. Informal options act as a buffer or filter.
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What If Your E-mail Ends Up in Court

July 1, 1998
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Lawyers and technology experts are warning companies to store, organize and manage computer data with sharper diligence. Doing so will avoid lawsuits, costly litigation—and unprofitable labor.
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