Inclusion Metrics Series: Workplace Safety Replay

by: Kate Stone

Having a safe work environment means that employees do not experience sexual, physical, or mental harassment in the workplace. Research shows that 30% of minorities and 39% of women have witnessed or experienced harassment in the workplace (Financial Times, UN Women.) Safe work environments are measured by the level of toxic leadership, harassment, descrimination, recourse, and retaliation in the workplace.

This webinar replay discussed the impact a safe working environment can have on your company culture and how to implement it.

Topics to be addressed:

  • What does a safe working environment look like?
  • How can companies prevent or remove toxicity, harassment, and discrimination?
  • What impact does a safe work environment have on the company culture?

This webinar is a part of our 2022 Inclusion Metrics Series. To learn more about the other inclusion metrics and how to implement them, watch more replays here.

Diversio is the people intelligence platform that measures, tracks, and improves diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). By connecting artificial intelligence (AI) technology, sophisticated data analytics, and knowledgeable subject matter experts, Diversio is able to accurately diagnose your pain points, benchmark you against peers, and create a robust action plan that will meet your DEI goals. Through the unique combination of technology and human expertise, Diversio is driving meaningful impact for hundreds of organizations across over 35 countries globally.

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