5 questions to help guide the overhaul of your sexual harassment policies
The #MeToo movement is driving many companies to finally start thinking strategically about a focused plan surrounding diversity, inclusion and equality in the workplace.
By Anne Gilson|April 17, 2018 at 10:04 AM
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The #MeToo movement has taken society by storm, shining a light on lackluster company initiatives. HR departments are finding themselves on the hook for their company’s failure to prevent and address allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. In the face of these allegations, companies are subjected to liability, defamation and possible litigation.
Fear of these consequences is driving many companies to address these issues head on, to finally start thinking strategically about a focused plan surrounding diversity, inclusion and equality in the workplace. Without an overhaul of HR policies companies will increasingly be vulnerable to more scandals.
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