Since their inception, workplace sexual harassment programs have largely focused on recognizing and addressing harassment after it’s been committed.
However, this reactive, rules-based approach focuses on the wrong symptoms. Given the epidemic of harassment occurring in today’s workplaces, employers need to address harassment in the workplace just like they do the flu–with a prevention-focused approach.
In an article with the Society for Human Resource Management, EVERFI’s Senior Director of Harassment Prevention, Elizabeth Bille, explores how employers can implement evidence-based sexual harassment prevention measures to keep their workplaces healthy and productive.
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