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Moving from disgust to discussed: Engaging in tricky workplace conversations

Moving from disgust to discussed: Engaging in tricky workplace conversations

By Jamie Graceffa, Project WHEN Board Memeber   You receive an email that makes your blood boil. You’re embarrassed, belittled,...

Are You a Work Jerk?

Are You a Work Jerk?

By Jamie Graceffa, Project WHEN Board Member   I bet you can list a few colleagues, bosses, and peers that...

How Your Company Can Bounce Back From a Sexual Harassment Scandal

Prevent Sexual Harassment with 3 Tips

Zupnick & Associates interviewed Project WHEN’s Diane Stegmeier for an article on how organizations can prevent sexual harassment at work. ...

committing to eliminating workplace harassment

Is your organization working to combat workplace harassment?

If your company or organization is making the elimination of workplace harassment a major focal point, you may be interested...

Project WHEN wants to hear from passionate professionals who deal with workplace harassment

Do you work in a human resources, compliance, or legal role in your organization? Are you an independent practitioner, consultant,...

Workplace Harassment Research Study in Partnership with George Washington University

Project WHEN, in partnership with George Washington University, is embarking upon a research study to better understand the challenges in...

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