#MeToo For HR

Date: Recorded
#MeToo For HRThe social media movement that sprang up in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein allegations quickly spread from exposing pervasive harassment in Hollywood to exposing misconduct by powerful men in the media, politics, finance, and other industries.

These revelations have exposed the seeming ineffectiveness of anti-harassment laws and employment policies which have been on the books for decades. This public attention also exposes employers to:
  • Potential risk for similar claims against some in their workforce
  • Additional work in having to review your existing policies and handbook
  • Reputational risks beyond traditional liability risks
Don’t get caught in a headline because you didn’t take the time to rethink your existing practices. Attend this training session to learn how your organization can implement effective and timely practices that effectively address these issues.

Topics range from the scope of behaviors that cause discomfort in the workplace, to why victims don’t report harassment, to the role of leadership in creating a culture of inclusion. We’ll also cover the best anti-harassment practices currently recommended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, as well as how to investigate claims.
What You'll Learn:By attending this training session, you and/or your team will be able to identify and understand:
  • The lessons learned from #MeToo
  • How to assess the inclusiveness of your business culture
  • How to encourage the reporting of misconduct
  • How to simplify your anti-harassment policies
  • How to simplify and update your anti-harassment policies and your handbooks
  • How to improve your internal investigation practices
  • The importance of consistent discipline tailored to the offense

#MeToo For HR
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