Charting Paths to Ending Workplace Misconduct (Part Two of Two)

Lauren Stiller Rikleen
The pressures to address workplace misconduct and create a respectful and inclusive environment have never been greater.

The pressures to address workplace misconduct and create a respectful and inclusive environment have never been greater.

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In part one of this two-part article series that lays out a workplace policy framework to help end workplace misconduct, I described research demonstrating that there is insufficient attention paid by most workplace leaders to the importance of creating cultures of respect and inclusion.

I also mentioned that while writing The Shield of Silence, How Power Perpetuates a Culture of Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace, it was evident that internal communication networks can be critically important to protect younger employees from sexual harassment by senior colleagues with a reputation for predatory behavior.

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