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Hotline Hangups: HR Tech Makes Anonymous Reporting More Accessible!

Posted By Editor, Thursday, May 9, 2019
Updated: Friday, May 10, 2019

By Jessica Collier – CEO, SPOT
HR TechXpo-San Francisco, Presenter

When it comes to preventing harassment and discrimination at work, the times (and the laws) are changing.

Employees expect company leadership to ensure a safe, inclusive workplace, and executives feel positive pressure to build trust and retain top talent. New legislation is catching up to this reality: Employers in New York, for example, are now required to provide annual interactive harassment prevention training as well as a form for reporting.

While forward-thinking organizations are responding by adopting innovative reporting systems, others are still relying on dated solutions such as telephone hotlines. So what’s the problem with hotlines?

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Tags:  HR Tech  HR TechXpo  workplace harassment prevention 

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5 Steps to Effective Workplace Harrassment Prevention Training

Posted By Editor, Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Updated: Thursday, March 7, 2019

Contributed by Catherine Mattice Zundel, HR West 2019 Speaker.

When I was thinking about what I wanted to present at HR West 2019, it wasn’t hard to decide on a presentation around true harassment prevention. Seriously, 2018 was a crazy year not only because of the #MeToo movement, but also because of the legislation that followed. California’s new harassment training requirement to be specific.

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My problem is with the fact that the required learning objectives don’t include anything to help employees actually PREVENT harassment. If you take a look at the requirements, most of the information is around identifying behavior and reporting behavior, rather than preventing the behavior. Beyond that, training on its own is not enough to ensure a workplace free of harassment or any other harmful behavior – but we will dig into that during my presentation.

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Tags:  HR West 2019  HR West Speaker  workplace harassment prevention 

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