Recruiters, beware of third-party sexual harassment claims

Recruiters will need to review policies on how they tackle third-party sexual harassment should new proposals outlined by government earlier this week come into force.

Earlier this week, government announced it would shortly be launching a consultation that would include strengthening and clarifying the laws on third-party harassment, exploring whether protections need to be extended to interns and volunteers, and examining whether the three-month time limit for workplace discrimination and harassment cases needs to be extended.

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