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HR Solutions Partners, Inc. (HRSPI) is pleased to announce that HRSPI has recently been acquired by experienced Silicon Valley professionals.

The new owners recognize the value of the business and will maintain the existing HRSPI brand and service offerings. I have committed to serving as a member of the Advisory Board to assist in the transition and provide guidance and advice in 2021.

I am confident the new leadership will be able to bring not only the best and brightest HR talent to their clients but also to support their service offerings with state-of-the-art technology.

You can look forward to more details in the New Year!

Donna DeGrande, CEO
HR Solutions Partners, Inc.

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Best Practices for Preventing Workplace Harassment

(posted: April 3rd, 2018)

Preventing workplace harassment

Reminder: California employers with more than 50 employees still must provide sexual harassment prevention training for supervisors and managers every two years, as per state law AB 1825.

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has published a report highlighting best practices for employers to prevent and respond to workplace harassment.

According to the EEOC report, employers should:

  • Foster an organizational culture in which harassment is not tolerated.
  • Adopt and maintain a comprehensive anti-harassment policy which prohibits harassment based on any protected characteristic, and which includes social media considerations, and establish procedures consistent with the best practices outlined in the report.
  • Ensure that any such anti-harassment policy, especially how to complain of harassment and how to report observed harassment, is frequently communicated to employees in a variety of forms and methods.
  • Ensure that where harassment is found to have occurred, discipline is prompt and proportionate to the severity of the infraction. Discipline should be consistent and not give or create the appearance of undue favor to any particular employee.
  • Dedicate sufficient resources to training middle-management and first-line supervisors on how to respond effectively to harassment that they observe, that is reported to them, or of which they have knowledge or information, even before such harassment reaches a legally-actionable level.

Read the complete EEOC report, here.

Learn more about our Sexual Harassment Prevention Training, here, or contact us with your questions.

Coming soon: How to go beyond mandated sexual harassment prevention training to discourage harassment in your workplace.

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