Most employers traditionally consider issues of workplace fairness from the perspective of legal compliance rather than from the viewpoint of a commitment to a principled, moralistic, and value-based system. Employers often approach matters by “checking the box” as identified by in-house or outside counsel. Required anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training? Check. Equal Employment Opportunity statement at the front of our handbook?  There it is.  Employment law posters? Yep, right there in the breakroom.

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