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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

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Workplace Fairness Senior Advisor, Paula Brantner, talks with Mike McIntyre about recent sexual harassment scandals in the news, and how to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace. Start at 12:11 to hear the whole interview.

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October 18, 2017

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