In the past year, we’ve seen an unprecedented array of headlines and news stories about #MeToo, BLM, SCOTUS LGBTQ+, Violence Against Asian-Americans, Sexual Harassment, Cancel Culture and Social Media Influence.
Harassment prevention for your organization embodies a level of competency for building and sustaining the program. Successful programs incorporate important elements, including your point of view, team and employee competencies, and leadership commitment.
Learn how Employment Law, DE&I and Ethics & Compliance experts can understand and evolve your harassment prevention program based on organizational, societal and regulatory shifts, including:
- Returning to the office considerations for your workforce
- Adopting a more respectful and affirmative approach to your programs
- Preparing for bystander awareness and intervention
- Educating your employees about unconscious bias
- Moving beyond sexual harassment to include abusive conduct and bullying