Webcast Recap | #MeToo:  A Year Into a Movement

Ethisphere, in partnership with EVERFI, hosted a webcast discussion of the important issues raised by the #MeToo movement over the last year, and how companies can and should be responding to this moment of accountability. Ethisphere’s Erica Salmon Byrne appeared in conversation with Elizabeth Bille, Senior Director of Harassment Prevention at EVERFI, as well as Antonio Fernández, Chief Compliance Officer at PSEG. Topics that were covered include:

  • Better preparing managers to prevent harassment
  • The importance of a transparent investigations process and changes in the standard of proof
  • Preparing investigators appropriately
  • The value of unified systems for case management

Antonio Fernández
Chief Compliance Officer, PSEG

Elizabeth Bille
Senior Director of Harassment Prevention, EVERFI

Erica Salmon Byrne
EVP and Executive Director, Business Ethics Leadership Alliance

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Download the #MeToo: A Year Into a Movement Special Report

In our Special Report, #MeToo: A Year Into a Movement in partnership with 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 from PSEG, Aflac, U.S. Bank, Blue Shield of California and EVERFI 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 organization’s culture. The report also features highlights of data from Ethisphere’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.

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