Of those experiencing sexual harassment at work, only 17% of people will make a formal complaint or report the behaviour. Almost half of those incidents have witnesses, and 69% of the time, those witnesses do not try to intervene.
By training your staff to be more effective bystanders who will call out behaviour in real-time and also support their colleagues after incidents, you can make sure bad behaviour doesn’t devolve into worse behaviour.
This guide walks you through:
why current approaches to tackling sexual harassment are insufficient;
how to teach the difference between active and passive bystanders; and
how to reinforce those lessons over time in your business.