Legally, employers are responsible for creating and maintaining a workplace that is free of harassment, but it also makes good business sense. When sexual harassment is allowed to thrive, it can negatively impact both your employees and your bottom line.
In today’s current climate, sexual harassment is very much front of mind for many companies and for good reason. Sexual harassment creates a toxic workplace culture that hurts everyone involved in your business. The most effective tool you have for stopping sexual harassment in your workplace is an effective prevention strategy that includes written guidelines, a robust training program, action from senior leadership, and commitment from your workforce.
In EVERFI’s eBook, Sexual Harassment: How to Prevent a Claim at Your Workplace we review the high costs of sexual harassment in the workplace and outline effective prevention strategies you can implement right now.
Download this eBook to:
- Gain insight on how sexual harassment impacts your workplace
- Learn about real and associated costs that come with sexual harassment claims
- Receive an easy to follow outline of effective prevention strategies