Workplace retaliation is the most frequently filed charge with the EEOC and has been for the last decade. Yet, despite its prevalence and the harm it poses for employers--increased legal claims, decreased employee morale and retention, and damaged workplace cultures--it is a problem that is not on most employers’ radar. This thought-provoking and engaging session will share the alarming findings from a new employer survey conducted by the speaker and the HR Research Institute revealing risk areas that are often overlooked by employers. Attendees also will receive an anti-retaliation action plan that they can implement to prevent retaliation in their workplaces.
- Learn data from national research about why and how retaliation occurs, who tends to experience it and perpetrate it, and lesser-known risks and warning signs
- Examine common organizational practices to prevent retaliation and how effective those tactics really are
- Receive a checklist of effective practices that can be implemented to help prevent retaliation in the workplaces