With the current coronavirus pandemic, the world has pivoted to remote working faster than anticipated. With employers realizing it would be untenable to allow workers to come into offices because of contagion risks, the shift to work-from-home has become the norm instead of the exception.
However, just like the working environment has changed to a home-based environment, so has workplace harassment. In settings such as these, workplace harassment that follows an employee into their homes can have devastating impacts on their mental well-being, as well as on their family.
Below, eight experts from Forbes Human Resources Council discuss some of the red flags indicative of workplace harassment following employees into their remote work environment.
1. Inappropriate Comments On Work Channels
Workplace harassment, whether in an office setting or working from home, is