Unusual Behavior in the Workplace: What to Ask to Minimize Legal Risk

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When an employee is acting “strangely,” a supervisor or manager might innocently ask him or her questions that could lead to legal liability for your company. When it comes to managing mental health in the workplace, it’s important to train supervisors and managers on how to engage with an employee whose behavior is affecting job performance or workplace conduct.

This infographic uncovers examples of unusual behaviors managers may become aware of, and how your leaders can engage with workers to determine the next appropriate steps without getting your company in trouble with the EEOC.

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