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Sexual Harassment: How to Recognize & Prevent Devastating Claims & Workplace Culture Problems - On-Demand

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Don’t stand by and wait for a costly lawsuit—or one or more damaging public accusations. Instead, use this popular on-demand webinar on how to address, and end, sexual harassment in the workplace.

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The accusations of sexual impropriety by Hollywood A-listers, politicians, and broadcast journalists continue to fly. And, every week it seems like the accused and their employers are drowning in a sea of #MeToo claims, which can prove devastating to businesses accused of perpetuating a “boy’s club” mentality that fosters a culture of harassment and even turns a blind eye to it.

The #MeToo floodgates are now wide open, and the problem is widespread. According to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll—nearly half (48 percent) of currently employed U.S. women surveyed reported that they had experienced an unwelcome sexual advance or verbal or physical harassment at work.

Do you have a serial harasser in your workplace? Even worse, do you have a workplace culture that encourages or quietly condones such conduct?

If you think you may have a problem in this area, you probably do.

Don’t stand by and wait for a costly lawsuit—or one or more damaging public accusations. Instead, use this popular on-demand webinar on how to address, and end, sexual harassment in the workplace.

You’ll learn:

  • Recent cases illustrating the ways in which aggressive business practices may foster a culture that breeds harassment claims, including the latest allegations against Harvey Weinstein and other high-ranking executives
  • How to foster an anti-harassment culture
  • What to do when the alleged harasser is—or is protected by—the boss
  • Findings from the EEOC’s recent Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace
  • Details from the EEOC’s proposed guidance, released in January 2017, on what employers need to do to proactively eliminate harassment in the workplace
  • How to evaluate whether company leaders’ messages and tone aligns with your efforts to maintain a harassment-free culture
  • What to do if one of your company leaders are accused of harassment or other unlawful—and publicly damaging—sexual misconduct
  • What never to do while investigating allegations of sexual harassment at work
  • Signs that the workplace may be fostering a culture that turns “a blind eye” to questionable or downright unlawful conduct—and what to do about it immediately
  • How to manage a situation when multiple alleged victims come out with claims against one or more members of your workforce

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