Sexual Harassment Prevention - Blog

  1. Femal bystander overhearing a conversation and looking concerned

    Bystander Intervention Toolkit

    Help your organization create a culture of empowered "upstanders" with this collection of bystander intervention training resources. 

  2. Female leader making a presentation to colleagues sitting around a table

    A Holistic Organizational Approach to Sexual Harassment Prevention

    Effective sexual harassment prevention requires a holistic approach focused on 6 elements that go beyond compliance to enable lasting culture change.

  3. People honoring a boundary by not crossing the painted line

    Harassment Prevention: How to Get Aligned on Professional Boundaries

    It’s easy for organizations to assume they’ve done what’s needed to get staff members to behave appropriately when it comes to stopping workplace harassment. But many workplaces lack alignment on a key factor: maintaining professional boundaries.

  4. Legal Standards for Sexual Harassment

    Staying Ahead of the Evolving Legal Standard for Sexual Harassment Training

    Learn why the District of Columbia, Colorado,  Maryland, and New York have taken action to “redefine[s] harassment laws with a standard that is more protective of employees” who must prove that unlawful activity took place at work. 

  5. Sexual Harassment Prevention Training eBook

    Sexual Harassment Prevention Training eBook

    This research-based eBook by subject expert James Sporleder helps make the case for a comprehensive workplace violence prevention and intervention program.

  6. Female employee sees male boss touching the shoulders of female co-worker making both employees uncomfortable

    Bystander Intervention vs Bystander Apathy

    This post explores a phenomenon called the “Bystander Effect," and how it can cause witnesses to avoid reporting inappropriate or concerning workplace behavior, such as harassment or bullying.

  7. Two female employees in a break room having a discussion

    How to be an Upstander, Not a Bystander

    Being an Upstander, not a bystander, when you witness disruptive, disrespectful or harassing behavior isn’t always easy.
    This post explains why speaking up is so important, and provides practical instruction on how to do so.

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