Employees often do not understand what they should do if they see one of their co-workers harassing another, either mentally, sexually or physically. Employees have to worry for their jobs while attempting to report a superior for harassment. They may fear that they might be labelled a troublemaker if they report inappropriate behavior.
The best way rests with the staff members who generally develop the company’s employee handbook. It is their job to tell employees that, they will not be penalized for reporting the harassing behavior or inappropriate actions.