The #MeToo movement threw the whole country for a loop, but no one more than HR and employee relations managers. Human Resources generally investigates claims of sexual harassment, but many companies had been doing a poor job of this. While most of us don’t have Matt Lauer types lurking in our cubicles, there are plenty of people who didn’t come forward to HR — or who came forward and were ignored — for fear of messing with the star players.
So did the advent of the #MeToo movement have any impact in changing all that? Did employees feel confident coming to Human Resources to make a complaint? Did your company change how they responded to accusations? HR Acuity asked HR leaders to find out in its groundbreaking #MeToo in the Workplace special report. Keep reading to learn what the study uncovered.
To keep reading, click here: How the #MeToo Movement Is Making an Impact on Workplace Sexual Harassment Policy