Miss Hina Kayani

The best way to prevent virtual misconduct is to demonstrate that it will be dealt with just as quickly and seriously as misconduct that takes place in a physical workplace. The best response meets the needs of the person who reported misconduct while also providing accountability and education for the person who acted inappropriately. Though HR professionals are juggling many concerns during the pandemic, prioritizing their response to misconduct reports will go a long way toward building a healthier remote working culture.