Do You Let Your Employees Get Groped?

by Frank Roche on November 15, 2010

in Business, Policies

[Image source: Despair, Inc.]

Would you let someone squeeze your employee’s underwire bra? While it’s on her?

How about letting someone touch your employee’s junk?

Do you let your employees get groped?

I didn’t think so. You probably have training that says men can’t touch women except on the outer shoulder. No hugging. No standing too close.

But every time you send your employees out to travel, they can end up groped by TSA agents.

What directions are you giving employees about putting up with TSA body searches? What about submitting to full body scans? Are you letting employees not take trips if they don’t want to undergo that kind of screening?

Here’s a time for HR to step up. It’s a time for SHRM to step up. There’s airport security and then there’s a risk of being groped. What do you have to say about that?

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