What Employers need to do Now to Ensure a Harassment Free Work Environment

Recorded Webinar | Bob Mckenzie | From: Nov 15, 2022 - To: Dec 31, 2022

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Harvey Weinstein, Roy Moore, Al Franken, Bill O’Reilly, and others have been accused of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other inappropriate and potentially illegal behavior. 

This has started the “Me Too” movement in which thousands of men and women have come forward with complaints about being harassed by their bosses. This movement can have dire consequences for your business. In fact, Harvey Weinstein was indicted in New York last week for sexual assault and is out of jail after posting a $1,000,000 bond.

This webinar will concentrate on:-

  • Does Your Complaint Procedure Work the Way it is Intended?
  • Making Sure Your “Zero Tolerance” Policy is More than Just Words on a Piece of Paper
  • Stepping Up Your Training To Include Top Executives
  • Conducting Investigations of Allegations of Inappropriate Behavior on the Part of Top Executives


  • What is the “Me Too” Movement?
  • Consequences of Me Too
  • Important Issues for Organizations to Address NOW!
  • What is Harassment?
  • Zero Tolerance Culture
  • Action Items

Areas Covered:-

  • Understanding the Importance of Executive Support in Maintaining a Work Environment that is Free of Harassment and Discrimination.
  • How to Educate Management on Identifying Potential Trouble Spots.
  • Ensuring Complaints Made Against Executives are Handled Appropriately.
  • Understanding the Pitfalls of Hiding Behind Employment Contracts and Arbitration Agreements.

Why Should You Attend:-

If you are concerned about the potential for negative publicity regarding your organization, you should attend this webinar.

The “Me Too” movement could have serious legal and public relations implications for your business. Taking the necessary action now to ensure your workplace is free of harassment and discrimination will also ensure your organization is viewed as a great place to work and free of negative publicity.

Who Should Attend:-

  • Top Organizational Executive
  • Human Resources Professionals