How talent management can support a more inclusive workplace culture
Organizations have an obligation to provide a harassment-free workplace. But unfortunately, the majority of organizations do what the law requires in regards to training and policies, and then wait for victims to become brave enough to report harassment.
While training and compliance are important, it puts the burden of identifying sexual harassment on the victims. It's time organizations took a more proactive approach to understanding, preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the workplace.
Sexual harassment is a culture issue rooted in the misuse of power
Sexual harassment is a symptom of someone misusing power. The good news is that HR is uniquely situated to lead the charge in effectively identifying and addressing the underlying issues of power and culture. And, talent management offers concrete data and solid strategies to help organizations support a safer, more inclusive workplace.
In this eBook, you'll gain insights into:
- The surprising concepts behind the culture and power dynamics of sexual harassment
- How to identify and address the risks in your organization
- What to do if your organization uncovers sexual harassment
- How to use talent management to support a harassment-free culture
Download this eBook to find out how talent management strategies can help your organization support a safer, more inclusive workplace.