Investigating Reports of Discrimination and Harassment in a Virtual World

An Employment Lawyer Explains How to Navigate the New Landscape

Now, investigators must deal with new forms of discrimination and harassment that take place behind keyboards and webcams, far from traditional office settings and the eyes of managers and other employees. The virtual work landscape also presents new challenges for employers and managers who must work to mitigate the largely digital misconduct that can lead to lawsuits.

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