Webcast Recap | Innovations in Sexual Harassment Prevention and Remediation: A People-First Approach
Ethisphereâ€™s Erica Salmon Byrne, The World Banksâ€™s Anti-Harassment Coordinator, Anne-Marie Burns, and Susan Divers, Senior Advisor at LRNÂ discuss the latest approaches and innovations companies are taking around sexual harassment prevention and remediation. Always a challenge, the number of questions the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) team has received on this topic brought us together for a virtual discussion. Listen in as we share the data, company examples, and answer questions from the audience.
Anti-Harassment Coordinator, The World Bank
Senior Advisor, LRN
Erica Salmon Byrne
EVP and Chair, Business Ethics Leadership Alliance
Download theÂ #MeToo: A Year Into a MovementÂ Special Report
In our Special Report,Â #MeToo: A Year Into a MovementÂ in partnership withÂ EVERFI, senior executives discuss the various ways that their companies have addressed the opportunity for growth, change and reflection presented by the #MeToo movement. Contributions fromÂ PSEG, Aflac, U.S. Bank, Blue Shield of CaliforniaÂ andÂ EVERFIÂ cover topics including training strategies to prevent harassment, how a speak-up culture can protect employees, changing consumer and investor expectations, and how organizations can change their approach to investigations, and how companies should use this moment to measure their organizationâ€™s culture. The report also features highlights of data from Ethisphereâ€™s Ethical Culture & Perceptions Assessment, drawing on over 400,000 employee responses from all over the globe to paint a picture of how harassment impacts employee attitudes and confidence.