Think about this. A company that promises a “harassment-free workplace" is like a restaurant that promises you won't get food poisoning. Promising a harassment-free workplace essentially says, “we promise we won’t break the law, but we guarantee nothing else.”Corporations have to do better. The #MeToo movement demands that companies do more than just not violate the law and dodge litigation. But if it's not compliance, what should companies focus on to really make a difference?
How to navigate the #MeToo movement
Please watch my new 2 1/2-minute video #MeToo At Work and find out how the #MeToo movement has changed the narrative while reminding us to focus on what really matters if we're going to drive meaningful changes in the workplace.
This is the first in a series of videos and resources to help HR, in-house counsel, executives and employees navigate their way through the changing workplace.
If you'd like to discuss ways in which your company can navigate the impact of the #MeToo movement, email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at1.800.242.6099. We also offer a free, no obligation trial of our sexual harassment prevention training course.