Handling Inappropriate Comments Not Covered by Other Policies

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It’s likely your organization already has anti-harassment and anti-discrimination policies in place. You probably also have some form of anti-violence or anti-bullying policy too. But how do you handle it when an employee is acting in a way that’s clearly inappropriate but may not fall neatly into one of the written policy frameworks?

Here are a few examples:

Racist or other derogatory remarks that may or may not be directed at anyone in particular. TMI – speaking about things that are not typically considered polite to talk about in professional settings. This may be as simple as oversharing information

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