December 7, 2018
Since the start of #MeToo, there have been more than 450 CEOs, celebraties, politicians and others who have been accused of workplace harassment and sexual misconduct . As Bloomberg, Vox, and Glamour report, the list and timeline shows an increasing awareness of the issue, as well as the need to finally realize the "old" method of dealing with workplace harassment incidences is "outdated." The new solution requires the removal of the employer from handling the issues and reports, which then allows the removal of the #1 deterrant from reporting - FEAR. Only in this sequence will employers be able to rest easily knowing that they will not be the next headline or article on #MeToo. The good news is that Work Shield provides this exact solution - the first ERISA-based Employer Harassment Protection Plan. Want to learn how? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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