With the groundbreaking #MeToo movement that recently erupted on social media, it is apparent that cultures of harassment remain a problem that organizations around the country must address. The business case for broadly embracing diversity and creating an anti-harassment culture has never been so compelling.
This session will discuss the rationale for why organizations should aim to create a culture of inclusion and anti-harassment that spans beyond what is legally mandated. Creating a culture of inclusiveness and anti-harassment requires that organizations not only comply with legal regulations for protecting civil rights, but go beyond what the law requires to ensure that all people within their doors feel welcome and can work at their most productive levels. Creating an inclusive and anti-harassment culture may be an organization’s most powerful tool in responding to #MeToo.
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