|You may not want to send a "strong memo" to all of your staff like this. But be sure
that everyone knows that workplace harassment in your work area will not be tolerated!
might choose to send a memo, e-mail, or hold a staff meeting to discuss the issues. Just make sure that all of your staff know that you will not tolerate any harassment. Follow-up reminders are a good idea, also.
follow up or look into on any suspected problems. If you are diligent in keeping your eyes and the lines of communication open, you may
be able to "nip it in the bud" before situations get out of hand.
And, certainly, realize that your example of respectful, equal treatment will go a long way
in letting your staff know what is expected of them.