Preventing Sexual Harassment: How Employers Can Take the Lead

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Preventing Sexual Harassment: How Employers Can Take the Lead

From a human resources perspective, most business owners will likely remember 2017 as the year that cast a glaring light on sexual harassment allegations, disclosures and, in many cases, the actions taken by companies to address them. 

Sparked by the Harvey Weinstein revelations, and driven by the #Metoo social media campaign, this issue remains in the spotlight. It is only the beginning of a shift in the culture that will continue to place additional pressure on employers to ensure policies on prevention, reporting and reaction to sexual harassment disclosures are appropriate and effective. 

It is also a time of opportunity — a chance for organizations to lead the way and make positive, long-lasting changes in the workplace.

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