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  • This is Harassment

    This is Harassment

    Understanding when behavior crosses a line isn't always clear. This guide shows employees the signs not to ignore in a graphic way that's easy to remember. Cleverly utilizing the senses of look, feel, and sound, this piece groups the main categories of...

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  • Are you being sexually harassed at work?

    Are you being sexually harassed at work?

    Employees (yours or your suppliers') who feel respected and supported by their employers are more productive and more likely to follow the rules (and speak up if something seems off). All the things you work so hard to achieve! But what does respect and...

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  • How a manager can create inclusion

    How a manager can create inclusion

    Let’s be real, when it comes to being a manager, the people stuff is usually the hardest part of the job. And being asked to be “inclusive” can raise anxiety levels even further: How exactly do I do that? Am I doing something wrong? Is...

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  • How we treat each other around the office

    How we treat each other around the office

    If a chunk of your Helpline reports stem from interpersonal issues—like general lack of civility and professionalism—you’re not alone. And, that’s no surprise. Like college roommates, sometimes our day-to-day interactions get...

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  • Are you being intimidated or discriminated against?

    Are you being intimidated or discriminated against?

    Employees (yours or your suppliers') who feel respected and supported by their employers are more productive and more likely to follow the rules (and speak up if something seems off). All the things you work so hard to achieve! But what does respect and...

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  • Harassment: If it sounds like - horizontal

    Harassment: If it sounds like - horizontal

    We've all been there: just when you think anti-harassment stuff is obvious, you're painfully reminded that for a lot of folks it isn't. So make it blindingly clear with this graphic.  It covers the “if it sounds like” elements from our...

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  • ALL employees should feel like a respected part of the team, but your managers might not know specific steps that'll make this happen. 

In five brief slides, this micro-module covers how to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusive practices into their day-to-day interactions, including accommodations that might be necessary. This way, they'll know what it looks like to celebrate and support differences without worrying about doing or saying the wrong thing.

    How a manager can create inclusion (mini-module)

    ALL employees should feel like a respected part of the team, but your managers might not know specific steps that'll make this happen.  In five brief slides, this mini-module covers how to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusive practices...

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  • Civility and professionalism (mini-module)

    Civility and professionalism (mini-module)

    Creating a culture of respect leads to positive outcomes for your teams AND business partners, but knowing how to do this isn’t always clear to your employees.  In six brief slides, this deck alleviates any confusion by telling your employees...

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  • How we treat each other around the office (manager version)

    How we treat each other around the office (manager version)

    It's not unusual to spend hours investigating a Helpline report only to discover that everything stemmed from a manager's poor people skills. It wasn't a true compliance issue after all. UGH! Be proactive and give your leaders this concise—but...

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  • We do not tolerate bullying

    We do not tolerate bullying

    This powerful piece makes clear once and for all: your company doesn't put up with bullying.

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  • Guide your people through important pre-event decision-making and during-event reminders to ensure everyone feels safe, and no one goes off the rails.

    Behavior during business events

    Whether members of your org are attending a holiday party, product launch, or trade show—or anything in between—make sure they know what behavior you expect before attending the event. This infographic guides them on important pre-event...

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  • Video: Harassment

    Video: Harassment

    Explain exactly how to identify and address harassment with this short, targeted training video (2:05). In 2 minutes, this video explains what harassment may look, sound, or feel like, and clarifies that it can come from people outside the workplace,...

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  • Make sure your employees recognize harassment with this 5 slide micromodule. 

Outlining everything from behaviors that cross the line to what to do if it happens, this deck covers all the basics in a small package. You’ll rest assured that they’ll know exactly what to report, and they’ll feel confident speaking up and supporting their teammates.

For maximum impact, couple this with our Annual Refresher Course or This is Harassment job aid.

    Harassment (mini-module)

    Make sure your employees recognize harassment with this 5 slide mini-module.  Outlining everything from behaviors that cross the line to what to do if it happens, this deck covers all the basics in a small package. You’ll rest assured that...

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  • No offensive messages

    No offensive messages

    Say, “Stop being a jerk on Facebook, Caitlyn.” But like, in a fun campaign format. This graphic drives home the simple message that your company doesn’t tolerate mean-spirited overtures.

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  • Harassment: If it sounds like

    Harassment: If it sounds like

    We've all been there: just when you think anti-harassment stuff is obvious, you're painfully reminded that for a lot of folks it isn't. So make it blindingly clear with this graphic.  It covers the “if it sounds like” elements from our...

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  • Harassment: If it looks like

    Harassment: If it looks like

    We've all been there: just when you think anti-harassment stuff is obvious, you're painfully reminded that for a lot of folks it isn't. So make it blindingly clear with this graphic. It covers the “if it looks like” elements from our related...

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  • Has an employee asked for reasonable accommodation?

    Has an employee asked for reasonable accommodation?

    Inclusion isn’t just a buzzword: Every company wants to make sure employees are set up for success and have equal access to all their benefits and privileges—after all, that’s how you retain your best people! Since every person and...

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  • Harassment: If It Looks / Sounds Like

    Harassment: If It Looks / Sounds Like

    We've all been there: just when you think anti-harassment stuff is obvious, you're painfully reminded that for a lot of folks it isn't. So help make it blindingly clear with this ultra-simple kit. This campaign of templates for posters, coasters,...

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  • No unwanted romantic messages - horizontal

    No unwanted romantic messages - horizontal

    Say, “Stop being a creep on Facebook, Caitlyn.” But like, in a fun campaign format. This graphic drives home the simple message that your company doesn’t tolerate unwanted romantic overtures.

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  • No unwanted romantic messages

    No unwanted romantic messages

    Say, “Stop being a creep on Facebook, Caitlyn.” But like, in a fun campaign format. This graphic drives home the simple message that your company doesn’t tolerate unwanted romantic overtures.

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  • No offensive messages - horizontal

    No offensive messages - horizontal

    Say, “Stop being a jerk on Facebook, Caitlyn.” But like, in a fun campaign format. This graphic drives home the simple message that your company doesn’t tolerate mean-spirited overtures.

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - horizontal

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - horizontal

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This graphic encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version)

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version)

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This graphic encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - horizontal

    No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - horizontal

    No matter how hard IT tries, you can't block all the porn. Use this messaging to remind people that looking at dirty stuff at work is insanely inappropriate and disrespectful.

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