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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: How Companies Can Prepare, Prevent, Respond, and Transform Their Culture

As many as 85% of women in the United States have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, yet the majority of these incidents go unreported, making it difficult to get an accurate count of how pervasive the problem truly is. The wave of stories emerging as part of the #MeToo movement and Time’s Up initiative have inspired renewed calls for change within the workplace. The majority of men and women want to be part of the solution, and this white paper provides a model with suggestions for organizations and leaders committed to making change.

There are four important actions organizations can take to create safe and fair workplaces: Prepare, Prevent, Respond, and Transform. Download the report to learn more. 

How to cite this product: Lauren P. Daley, Dnika J. Travis, and Emily S. Shaffer, Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: How Companies Can Prepare, Prevent, Respond, and Transform Their Culture (Catalyst, 2018).