Why Remote Work Hasn’t Cut Down on Workplace Harassment

Jennifer L'Estrange
November 12, 2021

Remote work adds more ambiguity to what constitutes as harassment in the workplace. Jen L’Estrange was recently featured in Fast Company speaking on what employers can do to identify workplace harassment.

the challenge in both remote and in-person working environments is defining and addressing the conduct that could constitute harassment

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A commercial roofing contractor was in hyper growth mode. They had goals to increase their field workforce to expand their service area to additional states and geographical locations. If they were to grow their field workforce, they would also need to increase their administrative, operational and sales headcount to support the additional workload created by increased field work. Additionally, they were challenged in workforce retention and development, experiencing high turnover, and did not have a dedicated Human Resources professional to manage employee relations and compliance issues that come with trying to scale a business.

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