Creating a safe and productive workplace that’s free from harassment requires more than just sending your employees through training and displaying the harassment policy in the breakroom.
Instead, develop a comprehensive harassment prevention initiative that harnesses technology, best practices, and the concerted efforts of your workforce to maintain a harassment-free workplace.
Harassment Prevention Best Practices
A solid harassment prevention initiative educates, reinforces, and demonstrates your company’s commitment to maintaining a safe and productive workplace. Compli’s Harassment Prevention Solution, developed with the EEOC’s best practices, does just that.
And, like all workforce initiatives launched through Compligo, set it up once and watch it deploy over time. Roll out your initiative automatically based on the schedule you determine to help your employees balance avoiding information overload with keeping the topic top of mind.
Program Oversight and Communication Tools
Effective harassment prevention efforts, and workplace culture in which harassment is not tolerated, must start with and involve the highest level of management of the company. – EEOC
Help your leaders share the importance of maintaining a harassment-free workplace using CompliView, Compli’s integrated video management platform. And compliance managers can send periodic video reminders and provide regulatory updates to the entire workforce. Ongoing communication helps harassment prevention stay top of mind.
Employees in workplaces without policies report the highest levels of harassment. – James Gruber
In partnership with Fisher Phillips, a leading employment law firm, Compli provides the
- Policy Against Unlawful Harassment and Discrimination,
- Policy Against Retaliation.
These policies can be customized with content specific to your organization. Use Compligo to automate the scheduling distribution, and tracking of your policies.
Effective training can reduce workplace harassment, and recognize that ineffective training can be unhelpful or even counterproductive. – EEOC
Compli provides five courses for managers and employees that address ways to identify harassment in the workplace, and steps to take to prevent it. The content is engaging, interactive, and built around common harassment scenarios.
Preventing Harassment for Supervisors
Bullying and Violence
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Managers – Multi-State
Incident Reporting and Management
Organizations that take harassment prevention seriously must have an easy way to report these incidents – for both employees who experience harassment as well as those who witness it.
A safe and timely reporting system that operates well also communicates to employees the leadership’s commitment to the words it has set forth in its anti-harassment policy. – EEOC
Compli’s Incident Tracker lets employees and HR staff record the details of the incident to create a case and kick-off an investigation. Capturing harassment incident details lets your compliance leaders analyze reporting data to uncover trends and correct weaknesses in your harassment prevention initiative.
Auditing and Reporting Tools
With Compligo, you’ll have comprehensive reporting capabilities to produce documentation and evidence necessary in the event of a lawsuit.
In Compligo, every activity is time-stamped and easily reportable. With this insight, you can audit your initiative to uncover deficiencies, and fix problems. This gives you an ongoing feedback loop to help constantly improve your program outcomes.