How Talent Management Can Support a Safer, More Inclusive Workplace.
It's been said that organizational culture is defined by the worst behavior your leadership tolerates.* Sure, you have policies and training to mitigate toxic behaviors like sexual harassment, but it's not enough. The reality is - a sexually hostile workplace is a culture issue not a compliance issue.
So what can HR do to proactively address and mitigate the risk of sexual harassment in the workplace? Join us March 27th as Employment Attorney Heather Bussing shares key strategies to creating a safer, more inclusive workplace.
In this webinar
You'll gain insights into:
- Why sexual harassment is a culture issue grounded in systemic deficiencies
- How to identify and address the risks in your organization
- What to do if you uncover sexual harassment, and what to do next
- How to reinforce accountability to core values and behaviors through talent management
Register now to learn practical strategies to create and maintain a safe and dignified workplace for everyone.
* Source: Rick Lochner
Employment Attorney and Editorial Advisory Board editor at HR Examiner
Heather Bussing has been practicing employment law for 30 years, which occasionally causes bouts of existential angst. She also teaches internet law and regularly writes about the intersection of people, technology, and work for the HRExaminer. In between, she takes photographs and reads ferociously, but not at the same time.Connie Costigan
Vice President for Communications and Brand Advocacy at Saba.
Connie works closely with smart thinkers in human resources to share the latest best practices in talent management and how our solutions support them.
Connie holds a B.A. with honors in Political Science from McMaster University. Her past leadership positions include posts at Cognos, an IBM company, and Spotwave Wireless.