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2019 Harassment Prevention Study

In partnership with ThinkHR, Impactly recently conducted a national HR survey to measure the extent to which U.S. employers are adopting EEOC best practices to eliminate harassment and discrimination in the workplace. 

The survey was conducted in May of 2019, and was completed by over 1,200 HR and compliance professionals across the country. To our knowledge, this is the largest such national survey ever conducted.

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A team of prevention, HR, employment law and compliance experts came together to analyze the data and coauthor the Study. 

Key Insights

  • Only 18% of employers incorporate bystander intervention training as a method to empower employees to intervene when witnessing potentially harassing or discriminatory behavior;

  • Only 13% of employers implement climate surveys to measure the extent to which harassment is a problem within their organization; and

  • Only 3% of employers report having adopted anonymous, third party reporting tools to encourage the reporting of potentially harassing or discriminatory behavior, witnessed or experienced. According to the EEOC, ~75% of harassment related incidents go unreported.

“Impactly's Workplace Climate Survey platform enables Aircall to better understand where we need to improve our management, policies and education relating to harassment and discrimination.”

Allison Covarrubias
HR Business Partner at Aircall

A national study on harassment prevention best practices.