What do we now think of when we hear the names Mario Batali, Matt Lauer, Roger Ailes, and Kevin Spacey?
For the past few months, seemingly not a day goes by without news in graphic detail of improper workplace behavior. From Hollywood to Rockefeller Center, victims of sexual harassment have moved beyond simply speaking up. There’s no denying the alarming scope and prevalence of workplace sexual harassment. They are now standing up, speaking out and making sure their voices are heard in the court of public opinion and the court of law.
For business leaders, past and present workplace sexual harassment has now become a tipping point. It’s clearly time for a genuine, realistic approach to combatting and eliminating this issue in society at-large, and the workplace in particular.
Policies and training are critical, of course, but it’s more important to take bold, decisive steps to fundamentally change the workplace culture. If your anti-harassment policies and training are contradicted by day-to-day experiences, your investment as a business leader in these tools is wasted. Passive approaches to this social ill expose both your employees and your company to significant and substantial risk.
We've invited Jim Roth, one of today's top legal minds on the subject of workplace sexual harassment, to show you how to get your business ahead of what's become a tsunami of protest and ruin. Join this webinar to learn what is (and isn’t) viewed as “sexual harassment.” You’ll gain a wide variety of pro-active approaches to reducing claims of sexual harassment against your company. And you'll acquire an invaluable resource should someone within your organization suddenly find himself or herself being accused of inappropriate behavior.
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