Retaliation could be the next #MeToo-type issue that takes the workplace by storm.
Retaliation has been the #1 complaint filed with the EEOC every year for the past decade. More than sexual harassment, more than race discrimination. And the situation is getting worse. At EVERFI, we wanted to better understand what can be done to prevent it from happening. So we partnered with the HR Research Institute, surveying HR professionals about what they’ve observed regarding retaliation and what steps they are taking to prevent it.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Who is most likely to be retaliated against
- How prioritizing the prevention of retaliation decreases retaliation rates
- What your peers are doing to prevent retaliation
Elizabeth Bille | Senior Vice President of Workplace Culture, EVERFI
Elizabeth serves as EVERFI’s subject matter expert on workplace culture issues such as harassment, discrimination, and ethics in the workplace. Prior to joining EVERFI, Elizabeth was the general counsel and ethics officer of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and also served as a legal and policy advisor to the Vice Chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). As an employment law attorney, she has counseled employers of all sizes and provided training to attorneys, HR professionals, and government investigators on complex workplace issues.