As we enter 2018, we must continue to fight for inclusion and equality, especially for women at work. We recognize that we urgently need change and accelerating that change is the good that can come from the watershed #MeToo moment that we are experiencing.
The human and business cost of sexual harassment is devastating. Here’s how you can help inspire and navigate change in your workplace.
Create Workplace Inclusion With Resources and Insights
Head over to our site for actions you can take as an individual and an organization, including courses, research, and infographics on sexual harassment and other workplace challenges are at your fingertips.
Create Zero Tolerance for Discrimination and Bad Behavior
We’d like to know if you are doing things differently at work now that so many stories of sexual harassment have been shared. Our brief poll will take less than five minutes to fill out! Take the poll now!
You Can’t Build Inclusive Workplaces If You Don’t Have the Right Tools
You’re building workplaces that work for women. You need the right tools, expert knowledge, and stories from the field. Find it all at the 2018 Catalyst Awards Conference on March 20 in New York City. Register now!
About Catalyst CEO Champions For Change
Women make up about 51% of the US population, earn 60% of all master’s degrees and control or influence more than 70% of consumer spending. Yet only about 5% of CEOs are women, 26.5% of executives and only about 21% of board seats are held by women in the S&P 500. Learn more.