They seem to be on a roll, and apparently don’t want to lose their momentum, so this week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released the final report of its “Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace”, an 18 month undertaking that given birth to no fewer than 45 individual recommendations spread across 8 specific categories  In the wake of the report’s release, EEOC re-issued its enforcement guidance on vicarious employer liability on harassment by supervisors based on sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or protected activity.  By virtue of the fact that the EEOC created this task force and has now completed and produced its final report (a 95 page document), employers would be wise to have their employment counsel review their employee handbooks as well as their anti-harassment policies to ensure that they are protected as much as possible.  An ounce of prevention is indeed worth a pound of cure . . .