Posts Tagged ‘sexual harassment’
Is Monster the New Uber? The Similarities are Staggering.
Sexual harassment and hostile work environments continue to dominate the news Last February, I wrote the opinion piece, Five Lessons Companies Should Learn From Uber About Sexual Harassment, for HuffPost. At that time I noted, “Today, the bulls-eye falls on Uber and Silicon Valley, but tomorrow it may be your industry or company.” Nearly a year…Read More
Corporate America’s Dirty Little Secret – Sexual Harassment
A small but critical mass of men are speaking up and asking, “What can I do?” The exposure of rampant sexual harassment is sadly in the news every day. These incidents didn’t just happen. This has been a systemic issue for years that, for many, has not been shown the light of day. While Hollywood…Read More
Burger King and Bullying, a Message for Male Champions.
If you see something, say something. I am often asked for simple things men can do to demonstrate advocacy for advancing women. One of the most important first steps is to just speak up when you see a problem. Fast food chain Burger King recently created a public service announcement called “Bullying Junior” that sheds…Read More
Gretchen Carlson is speaking up and encouraging each of us to do the same.
#BeFierce is a call to action for men and women. Gretchen Carlson, one of America’s most successful and recognized news anchors, released her book, Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back, earlier this month. In addition to her personal experiences and interviews with women who have battled discrimination, her book shares the wisdom and…Read More
The “No Spin Zone”: An Rx for Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination
It’s time to stop mindful blindness in the workplace The list of companies entangled in sexual harassment or gender discrimination suits continues to grow. FOX and Uber have grabbed the most headlines but you can also see a growing list of companies that include Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, Qualcomm, and Microsoft. What is disturbing…Read More
Stop Sexual Harassment Before It Starts: 3 Steps Your Company Can Take
How to Fix Systemic Issues Yes, it’s 2017 and men (and a few women) are still behaving badly in the workplace. How many millions of dollars will companies continue to dole out in response to sexual harassment and gender discrimination lawsuits –rather than address outdated policies and hostile work environments? A look at recent headlines…Read More
Five lesson companies should learn from Uber about sexual harassment
Today the bull’s-eye falls on Uber and Silicon Valley but tomorrow it may be your industry or company. This post was originally published in the Huffington Post. It’s 2017 and Fortune 500 companies are still dealing with the issues of sexual harassment and gender discrimination. While recent high-profile lawsuits are still in the news Qualcomm,…Read More
Jeffery Tobias Halter Interview – What Companies Can Learn From Uber Allegations
Jeffery Tobias Halter joined Cheddar TV “Between the Bells” hosts to discuss the Uber sexual harassment allegations and offer his thoughts on what companies can learn from this unfolding situation. For more insights, check-out “Five Lessons Company Should Learn From Uber About Sexual Harassment“.Read More