Sexual Harassment And The Human Resources Department At Your Company

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You are sitting at your desk at work. Your boss comes up behind you and starts rubbing your shoulders and telling you that you are doing good job at work. Your boss starts rubbing harder and saying inappropriate things. What do you do? You report the sexual harassment to the Human Resources Department at your company. Addressing Sexual Harassment is only one of the many things a Human Resource Manager does. Some other jobs of a human resource manager are to connect management with employees, advise managers on policies, recruit, interview, and select candidates to work for the company and handle issues like disciplinary procedures. To become a Human Resource Manager, you must receive a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business…show more content…
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