Taking care of your Nevada employees is important, not just so you meet all the federal and state requirements, but also to protect your talent and keep professionals from leaving your organization. Crafting detailed contracts, policies and procedures helps, but sometimes, a threat can come from outside your realm of authority. We at the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., understand the measures companies should take to prevent sexual harassment from third parties, and frequently provide advice about what employers should do when it occurs.
As Nonprofit Quarterly points out, regardless of the type of business you run, from nonprofit to C corporation, your employees are likely to interact with clients, vendors, donors, customers or peers in the field. Even if your company’s culture does not tolerate sexual harassment, any inappropriate sexual advances from one of these parties could still result in an action against you by a worker in your organization.