harassment prevention for good companies
A Step-by-Step Guide to Retaining Employees and Avoiding Lawsuits for Harassment and Discrimination.
MEREDITH HOLLEY, Lawyer and Life Coach
Author of Career Defense 101: How to Stop Sexual Harassment Without Quitting Your Job
Thursday, August 30, 2018
12:00 p.m. Pacific
2:00 p.m. Central
3:00 p.m. Eastern
It's easier than you think, when you know the way.
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If you manage employees in a company that's doing good in the world, you probably want to be able to focus on getting your work done.
But, movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp have made it clear that companies are losing good employees because of harassment and discrimination.
Sometimes, companies don't even find out about the problem until it's too late.
Only 1/3 of women who report experiencing harassment say they were comfortable telling their companies about it.
Around 1 in 5 women says she has left a career because of harassment.
It costs employees and companies thousands of dollars to train someone new after an employee leaves. Lawsuits for harassment cost even more.
It is crucial that companies start taking preventative steps to stop harassment and discrimination before employees are forced to leave.
In this short class (I'm aiming for no more than 30 minutes), you will learn:
The 3 key steps you can take to prevent harassment and discrimination in your company, without sacrificing the good work you're doing.
The most common obstacles good companies have in preventing harassment and how to overcome them.
My #1 method for stopping harassment and discrimination even after it has started and cleaning up toxic work environments.