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Here's a research-based infographic that contains important statistics on bias, diversity, harassment and bullying. Use the information to help make improvements in your workplace... and feel free to share the link with others.
Sometimes managers and employees fail to see certain behaviors in the workplace as bullying. This free self-assessment helps build awareness.
Sexual harassment is often thought of as obvious displays of inappropriate behavior that very clearly crosses boundaries. However, in reality, classifying behavior as illegal sex-based harassment is much more complex.
A respectful workplace is imperative to acheiving high levels of employee morale and allows for productivity to grow.
Teach employees in education and government settings with these employee training videos that discuss how to avoid sexual harassment.
Five ways to get your boss's attention as well as getting serious employee concerns addressed.
"It's just a joke."
"It's just a thing we do."
"He knows what I mean."
"It's a thing between us. You wouldn't understand."
"I was just trying to help."
When you were a kid, bullies were sent to the principal's office. But if you've got a bully in the workplace, it's not quite as easy. Bullying comes in many forms—from gossiping and spreading rumors to placing someone in a dangerous situation.
We're all familiar with bullying. It's estimated that around half of employees have experienced some type of bullying at work. And I estimate the other half got a taste of it in junior high. Bullies are simple creatures. They need to be in control, at the expense of their target. If that isn't bad enough, they encourage the same behaviors in others.