Recently I shared on Currents an article I wrote about a wide variety of topics that have come as remedies to the ongoing harassment problem highlighted by months of #MeToo, where I suggest that new and creative ways of training and of finding unreported harassment will be more significant than some of the initial legislative focuses. Drilling further, in this article, I ask employers: Do you think your current annual training or video is really changing behavior? Specifically, I submit there are two primary behaviors that make harassment such a persistent challenge:
- Some people (mostly men) who engage in inappropriate conduct just will not / do not / cannot regulate their behavior.
- For any number of reasons, victims do not report inappropriate conduct.