Since the #MeToo movement began, there has been growing consensus that the anti-harassment practices of the past are insufficient to address bad behavior at work. Based on empirical research, evidence-based best practice, and recent survey data about employer practices, this session outlines ten key changes that organizations can make to improve current training, complaint handling, and communications -- as well as new initiatives to implement, such as identifying critical risk areas, increasing transparency, and using HR data -- to maximize the impact and effectiveness of your anti-harassment efforts.
- Knowledge of empirical research illustrating the shortcomings of traditional anti-harassment practices.
- Data insights from national surveys regarding employers' prevention practices, as well as employee attitudes and behaviors related to harassment prevention.
- A checklist of action items to enhance the impact of your organization's anti-harassment programs, procedures, and communications.
- Strategies for taking your current anti-harassment efforts to a new level.