This checklist lets you examine:
- How strong your workplace sexual harrasment policies are;
- The areas in which they need to be improved; and
- How you can shape a more inclusive workplace.
Workplace sexual harassment will not disappear on its own, nor will workplace culture change without targeted effort from business owners and leaders around the country.
Now, more than ever, you should be rethinking your policies and support procedures for staff, so that they feel empowered to make complaints, be heard, and know that they are safe in their job after reporting misconduct by colleagues.
Here are 14 questions you need to ask of yourself to get started.