Sexual harassment has become an all too common narrative in today’s work environment, as organizations fail to create respectful workplaces. As a result, more states are doubling down on sexual harassment prevention training requirements for employers.
#MeToo has lifted a burden of pain and shame for millions of female employees, empowering many to demand justice and safe working conditions. But #MeToo has also led many men to feel scared to mentor, sponsor or even work with women.
Be a part of the solution by implementing training that sets a foundation of sexual harassment prevention and sets the bar for true behavioral change within your organization. Download this infographic to access helpful guidelines to kick off your program.
L&D professionals can set more organizations up for success in the #MeToo era by creating organizational cultures that encourage reporting, training leaders on how to respond to reports of sexual harassment and effectively managing new state training laws.
The hashtag #MeToo went viral in the fall of 2017 in the wake of an onslaught of sexual harassment and assault allegations against entertainment, business and political leaders. Just over a year later, has anything changed? Are workplaces fairer and safer?