and other officials don’t understand and deliver on their responsibilities when it comes to preventing and correcting harassment, both the organization/firm (as an entity) and individual personnel could be held liable.
While a detailed legal analysis is outside the scope of this article, here are a few key things to be aware of:
For employers in Texas, it is more important now than ever before that your personnel–
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