54 Percent of Women Report Workplace Harassment. How Is Your Company Responding?

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Jay Starkman on Workplace Harassment. How Is Your Company Responding?
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54 Percent of Women Report Workplace Harassment. How Is Your Company Responding?

Engage CEO, Jay Starkman quoted in Inc. Magazine report that examines sexual harassment in the workplace.

Your entire company needs regular training.

"We recommend training once a year," says Jay Starkman, founder and CEO of Engage PEO, a professional employer organization. "It should touch on exactly what the company will do once a complaint is made, and what the ramifications will be." Live training is better than online, and the owner or CEO and other executives should attend. Their absence would be noticed and could be used as evidence of a harassment-tolerant culture.

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