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Posts in Sexual Harassment

Bystander is a Verb

Bystander is a Verb_thumbYou’ve probably heard of bystander intervention, but do you know what it means to put it into practice? Here are some guidelines you can follow.

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Speaking From Experience: Why Managers Need Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

OFA Manager 3When employees approach their manager with a sexual harassment complaint, it's critically important that the manager know how to handle the situation properly. This article gives several reasons why manager-specific sexual harassment prevention training should be a strategic imperative in today's organizations.

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(30-Second Trailer) Once & For All: Stopping Sexual Harassment at Work

OFA Employee_smallThis 30-second trailer provides a glimpse Once & For All -- the top training choice of organizations committed to stopping sexual harassment at work.

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(Video Clip) Ignoring Harassment Doesn't Solve the Issue

OFA warehouse jeering_smallAs this video clip shows, inappropriate comments and gestures in the workplace are often ignored for the sake of "getting along". But is that really an effective course of action?

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Types of Sexual Harassment (Interactive Graphic)

OFA interactive graphic_thumbSexual harassment is a complex topic, especially when it comes to understanding the two types of sexual harassment and the different forms each can take. This interactive graphic provides easy-to-understand definitions and helpful examples, including short video clips.

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(Infographic for Managers) How to Protect Yourself from Sexual Harassment Charges

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a complex issue. A complaint of inappropriate conduct against a manager—whether the complaint is legitimate or not, and regardless of whether the conduct rises to the level of illegal sexual harassment or not—has a significant impact on all involved. 

This infographic provides managers with indispensable tips for using common sense and extra caution when interacting with employees and colleagues.

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Ridding the Workplace of Sexual Harassment Means No More Excuses

OFA-animated-gif-post-thumbInappropriate behavior is inappropriate behavior no matter the circumstance, reaction, or company culture. Fortunately, there are practical ways to help employees filter their words and actions at work -- starting with eliminating excuses like these.

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Address the Disrespectful Workplace and Banish Sexual Harassment Once and For All

Respectful workplace sexual harassmentSexual harassment is a red-flag indicator of a workplace in trouble, one lacking a culture of respect. Here are three key ideas for dealing effectively with sexual harassment and preventing other forms of disrespect as well.

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Infographic: Stopping Sexual Harassment...Once & For All

SH thumbThis timely infographic presents thought-provoking statistics on sexual harassment at work, along with actions employees and managers can take to help prevent it....once and for all.

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[infographic] Sexual Harassment: Is It or Isn’t It

Sexual Harassment ThumbSexual 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. 

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