December 22, 2021

BenefitsPRO – In a guest article in BenefitsPRO, Maggie Smith, Traliant’s VP of Human Resources, offers insights and practical actions for addressing and preventing harassment, whether employees are working in the office or remote.

As HR and benefits professionals prepare for the evolving challenges of the workplace in 2022, addressing and preventing all forms of harassment should be part of any strategy to improve DEI, attract and retain talent, foster employee trust and psychological safety and create an ethical work environment of respect and inclusion.

Here are six ways to keep workplace harassment prevention front and center:

Read the article in BenefitsPRO



Carole Walters