8 Ways to Prevent, Respond to Non-Employee Sexual Harassment

A quote from Rick Hackman was recently featured in the Medical Practice Compliance Alert newsletter. This monthly newsletter offers advice for practices on how to stay compliant with medical rules and regulations.  

Rick Hackman weighed in on how to prevent and respond to employee sexual harassment from third-party individuals. Third party individuals include any person from outside of the organization such as vendors or delivery people. Please view Rick Hackman’s contribution to the Medical Practice Compliance Alert newsletter here.

Rick Hackman, Esq. serves as the Chair of Saxton & Stump’s Labor and Employment Group. Rick has dedicated 20 years of his career to representing employers and management in all aspects of employment law.  

His experience includes representation of clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, similar state and local agencies, the National Labor Relations Board, the Department of Labor, and numerous federal and state courts throughout the country. He frequently litigates claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. 

For more information or to subscribe to the Medical Practice Compliance Alert newsletter, visit www.codingbooks.com/products/reference-tools/newsletters/medical-practice-compliance-alert. 

This article was republished to our website with permission from Medical Practice Compliance Alert.  

July 2018
Richard L. Hackman, Esq. 

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