Harassment: supervisor fired, failed to investigate.

Position::Kuhn v. Public Employment Relations Bd., - Brief article
 
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The Court of Appeals of Iowa ruled that a nursing home was within its legal rights to terminate a nursing supervisor who failed to investigate and took no action after an employee complained that a co-worker exposed himself to her.

Intentionally exposing oneself to a coworker fits the legal definition of sexual harassment.

Employers have an affirmative duty under state and Federal anti-discrimination guidelines to take decisive action when an employee complains of...

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