The #MeToo movement has exposed the every day sexual harassment that occurs in many workplaces. The sheer volume of stories suggests that both employers and employees have much to learn about how to create a more inclusive culture that opposes and prevents this behavior. Learn more about how you can take action with our tools.
Benevolent Sexism: Flip the Script (Infographic)
Have you ever tried to defend a woman coworker? You may have unintentionally sabotaged her instead. Learn about benevolent sexism.
Sexual Harassment at Work: What It Is, What It Isn’t (Topic Overview)
Don't assume you know what workplace sexual harassment looks like. Learn about the ways that culture can be a factor.
Women in Male-Dominated Industries and Occupations (Quick Take)
Women working in male-dominated industries face a variety of challenges including pervasive stereotypes and sexual harassment.
How Ombuds Programs Can Promote Diversity and Inclusion (Topic Overview)
An ombuds program offers a way for both leaders and employees to help build a more inclusive workplace.
Webinar: What Encourages Men to Interrupt Sexism?
Learn about the obstacles and key influences that affect men’s decision to interrupt sexism in professional settings.
Le harcèlement sexuel en milieu de travail – ce que les employés doivent savoir (Infographique)
Chaque employé a la responsabilité d’aider à créer un milieu de travail équitable, sécuritaire et respectueux.
Le harcèlement sexuel en milieu de travail – ce que les employeurs doivent savoir (Infographique)
Voici quelques astuces pour vous aider dans les étapes qui feront en sorte que votre milieu de travail devienne un lieu où règne une culture sans harcèlement sexuel.
Disrupting Sexism in the Workplace: Knowledge Burst
This 10-minute microlearning will teach you how to start a dialogue with your female colleagues after #MeToo. What is appropriate today and what is not?
Bystander Intervention – How You Can Stop Sexual Harassment at Work: Knowledge Burst
This 10-minute microlearning will teach you simple steps to safely intervene if you see sexual harassment happening at your workplace.
Active Bystander, Active Self – Taking Effective Action (Webinar Recording)
Listen to this webinar recording to learn how to offer an effective case-based active bystander workshop at your organization.
Webinar: Active Bystander, Active Self—Taking Effective Action
Join this webinar to learn how to offer active by-stander learning in your organization by structuring an effective case-based workshop.
Webinar: When Do People Intervene?
Join this webinar to hear about the “bystander effect,” see the conditions whereby people intervene and learn what it looks like when they do.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Report)
Take steps now to prevent sexual harassment with these actions taken from vetted research.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – What Employees Need to Know (Infographic)
Explore how you can take action to stop sexual harassment in your workplace and community.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – What Employers Need to Know (Infographic)
Learn how you can dedicate resources to help create a fairer, safer, and more respectful environment for all.
Sexual Harassment and Women of Color (Blog Post)
Women of color experience both racialized and sexualized harassment and assault, stemming from the historical context of their experiences.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Webinar Recording)
Listen to this webinar recording to hear how you can help create an inclusive workplace free of sexual harassment.
Sexual Harassment: Enough Is Enough (Blog Post)
I recently gave a speech where I called for organizations to adopt a “zero tolerance policy” for practices and behaviors that marginalize women—all the inertia that pushes men forward into leadership while pushing women out of the way—and challenged men to step up and be counted as champions of gender equality.
Ask Deborah: How Can I Stand Up To Violence Against Women? (Blog Post)
I am proud to use July’s column to call attention to the groundbreaking #WhoWillYouHelp campaign initiated by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to challenge people to intervene when they see a woman being exploited or assaulted.