BELA Asia Pacific Research Report Executive Summary: Trends in Culture, Bullying, and Harassment We are delighted to release our first Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) Asia Pacific Survey and Report: Trends in Culture, Bullying, and Harassment. This Survey, Report, and Executive Summary was launched under the direction of the [...]
This conversation covers how organizations can use ethics and compliance hotline reporting data to tackle root cause analysis and foster a speak-up culture.
Ethisphere’s Erica Salmon Byrne, The World Banks’s Anti-Harassment Coordinator, Anne-Marie Burns, and Susan Divers, Senior Advisor at LRN discuss the latest approaches and innovations companies are taking around sexual harassment prevention and remediation. Always a challenge, the number of questions the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) team has received on this topic brought us together for a virtual discussion. Listen in as we share the data, company examples, and answer questions from the audience.
In our Special Report, #MeToo: A Year Into a Movement in partnership with EVERFI, senior executives discuss the various ways that their companies have addressed the opportunity for growth, change and reflection presented by the #MeToo movement. Contributions from PSEG, Aflac, U.S. Bank, Blue Shield of California and EVERFI cover topics including training strategies to prevent harassment, how a speak-up culture can protect employees, changing consumer and investor expectations, and how organizations can change their approach to investigations, and how companies should use this moment to measure their organization’s culture. The report also features highlights of data from Ethisphere’s Ethical Culture & Perceptions Assessment, drawing on over 400,000 employee responses from all over the globe to paint a picture of how harassment impacts employee attitudes and confidence.