Failing to address sexual harassment effectively and transparently can be very costly. In fact, on average a company loses $22,500 in productivity per individual affected by harassment*. It can severely injure a company’s brand, decrease team productivity, and increase employee turnover.

If your sexual harassment prevention strategy relies on assumptions and a lack of complaints, you’re more vulnerable than you think. With accurate, timely data to inform your organization’s harassment prevention strategy, you have the ability to assess your current environment and determine focus areas for improvement.

In this playbook, you will learn:

  1. How a data-based approach to harassment prevention drives positive business outcomes and helps you create a supportive environment where people want to work
  2. How data tools like pre and post course surveys help you understand and measure changes in awareness, attitudes, and beliefs around harassment and discrimination
  3. Strategies for turning your data into actionable strategies

*https://iwpr.org/publications/sexual-harassment-work-cost/

The stakes are too high in this to only rely on best guesses, hunches, and past practices.”

— Elizabeth Bille, Head of Impact for Workplace Culture at EVERFI