How It Works

 
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Transparent Process

If an employee believes they experienced or witnessed harassment, they can submit a report in four steps Once submitted, HR and the reporter will have equal visibility into the process until a resolution is reached.

 
Internal resolution of claims that do not result in legal fees take an average of 275 days
— EEOC Task Force On The Study Of Harassment In The Workplace

 

Automated Escalation

Reports follow an escalation path designated by HR. Encourage timely resolutions within your HR team. If a report isn’t resolved in a predetermined amount of time, It is automatically escalated to a more senior member on the path. Unacknowledged or unresolved reports escalate to the appropriate city, state, and federal agencies.

Only 10% of workplace harassment is reported.  A big reason is that 75% of reported cases result in some form of retaliation.
— EEOC Task Force On The Study Of Harassment In The Workplace
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Resolution and Closure

Resolution happens when both the victim and company agree that the matter has been resolved, giving both the victim and company closure.  Periodic check-ins prevent retaliation.

39% of all cases are resolved unfavorably for the complainant.  That goes to 49% for women.
— Hiscox Workplace Harassment Study