As many HR professionals have known for some time, harassment training alone is not effective in changing behaviors in the workplace. Without enforcement by management, employees do not see the need to change the status quo. The EEOC Task Force findings shared yesterday at the 2016 Annual SHRM Conference confirmed this fact.  The following article is a clear statement to employers that they must actively work to prevent harassment and discrimination in the workplace to protect the company from legal claims. I encourage you to read this brief yet informative article, and I will keep you informed as the entire Task Force report becomes available. EEOC Task Force Report

Remember, you are not alone in the this. When you becomes aware that any form or harassment may be happening in your workplace, provides the help you need.

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