BLUFDefence’s standing approach of zero tolerance towards sexual harassment in the workplace is now being applied across the corporate world due to a combination of social change and new legislation
Elizabeth Knight writing for the Sydney Morning Herald makes these points about sexual harassment in the corporate world:
- Companies are doing more to address sexual harassment and misconduct.
- Advertisers don't want to promote products associated with antisocial behaviour.
- Younger workers won’t put up with toxic workplace culture and are willing to take action against harassment.
- Employers have recognised that a healthy and safe working environment is vital to attract and hold staff.
Recent Runway Posts related to this topic:
- Canada apologises for 'scourge' of military sexual misconduct – TheRunway (airforce.gov.au)
- How Workplaces —Not Women—Need to Change to Improve Equality – TheRunway (airforce.gov.au)
References from the Web :
- AUG 2018 #Me Too: Legal Responses to Sexual Harassment at Work – Ric.org
- JUL 2022 Defence issues new statement about sexual misconduct – The Mandarin