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Retaliation-Free Harassment Reporting: Is It Possible?

Workplace harassment is a common occurrence across the country, but, with the rise of the #MeToo movement, we have observed a dramatic increase in harassment reporting. What’s the problem then? If reporting has increased, why do many victims of harassment fear reporting their harassers? 

Inclusivity: A critical factor in Employee Retention

Inclusivity is an important element of every company’s culture, and employee retention. Here are insights to help you create a more inclusive workplace from Northwestern’s Clinical Assistant Professor of Leadership, Ellen Taaffe research on employee retention and inclusivity.

Empower Company Ethics by Building Employee Trust

The benefits of shedding harassment are many: better productivity, longer term employment and reduced liabilities are among them. With many corporations ousting individuals who have a history of harassing others, more and more companies are making sure their employees are not dealing with harassment issues.

Preventing Whistleblower Retaliation

TellZen provides a secure, confidential workplace communications platform. It ensures confidentiality when reporting harassment. It leaves wronged employees empowered and free to expose illegal behavior. Tellzen allows whistleblowers to reveal their identity at any time in the reporting process. If they wish to remain permanently anonymous, they can opt to never reveal their identity. The power rests with the whistleblower and the whistleblower alone. 

2019 Trends in Employee Engagement for HR: Research Whitepaper

Tellzen enables organizational leaders to gain trust and encourage engagement from their most valuable resource, their employees. Tellzen has designed a confidential reporting platform for employees to engage in polls that are structured with simplicity. Read more by downloading the 2019 Research Paper: Trends in Employee Engagement. http://bit.ly/2019-HR-Trends-TellZen

Establishing an Ethical Organization

Public companies are mandated to have a corporate, whistleblower program to adhere to the rules and regulations of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) as found on WhistleBlower Security. If your company isn’t required to have a whistleblower program, do you know the ethical behavior throughout your organization?