Encouraging Employees
To Speak Up

See Something, Say Something

For an organization to improve its workplace culture, leaders need visibility into problem areas and weak spots. While workplace culture analytic software and employee engagement surveys can be powerful tools, sometimes a straightforward written or verbal notice can act as a catalyst for real change. Employees need to feel comfortable speaking up about harassment situations, voicing concerns about management practices, or expressing dissatisfaction with certain workflows without fear of retaliation or judgement.

Microlesson Description

This microlesson models how employees should encourage co-workers to speak up when they have a concern or they experience a problematic situation. We offer learners the tools and language needed to file an objective, factual complaint that will not be met with reprisal. The microlesson also includes a link to, or information about, the company's reporting hotline system.

Key Concepts

    • Why employees should report issues, and what issues merit reporting
    • Proper language to use when speaking up
    • How to keep a complaint report factual and clinical
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Interested in training your employees with 3-5 minute video lessons that address specific and timely concepts?