REES can be adapted for use across sectors and industries
Leading a Corporate Culture Shift
Employers are responsible for preventing and addressing sexual harassment, and may be liable for harassment which does occur, even if unaware the harassment was taking place. Workplace harassment is prevalent, and when not addressed, the harassment will often worsen and become more difficult to remedy as time goes on.
Sexual harassment in the workplace has significant negative impact on employees such as physical and mental health effects including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress.
Workplace sexual harassment can prevent people from doing their jobs effectively and reaching their full potential, thereby undermining their career advancement.
Impacts of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace:
- Productivity losses
- Increased Absenteeism
- Increased Employee Turnover
- Low-morale environment
- Legal costs
- Reputational Damage
With REES Corporate you can…
by promoting a respectful corporate culture.
by offering a clear a comprehensive system for disclosure of sexual harassment, misconduct and assault.
for employers responsible for preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the workplace
to inform Human Resource policies, identify workplace training needs, gaps in resources and supports
of sexual violence through increased accountability and transparency
Compliment corporate governance
and shareholder activities with strategies and interventions to reduce sexual violence and create a more respectful workplace