The typical workplace is stressful even without the added issue of sexual harassment. And normal workplace stress, when compounded with the stress of sexual harassment, takes a toll on even the most dedicated of employees. Not only is it stressful to be the target of or a witness to harassment, reporting (and even trying to decide whether to report) such misconduct can cause extreme distress. So what can your organization do about this? How can you make it less stressful for employees to do the right thing? This Business Ethics Alliance article offers suggestions and resources.
How Can Your Organization Encourage Sexually Harassed Employees to Speak Up?
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