New CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council White Paper Discusses #MeToo and Rethinking Sexual Harassment Procedures
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CONTACT: Natalie Sherry – CUNA Councils; (608) 231-4141; email@example.com
Madison, WI (July 12, 2018) – The CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council has published a new white paper, “#MeToo: Rethinking Sexual Harassment Procedures.”
The #MeToo movement has brought a shift in awareness and action against sexual harassment and sexual assault. Both pose significant problems, and awareness, education, and training are helping to defeat them.
Sexual harassment training and procedures have been a consistent element of the human resources function for decades. Yet, in light of the #MeToo movement, new emphasis is being placed on employer responsibility amidst widespread sexual harassment allegations across many industries and organizations.
This white paper covers:
- the broader societal reaction to the #MeToo movement,
- how it has inspired change, and
- how credit unions are responding and making changes within their organizations.
Press may contact Natalie Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council:
CUNA Councils are a member-led, collaborative community of credit union leaders providing vibrant peer interaction, new ideas and innovation to foster professional development for our members while advocating for the overall success of the credit union movement. The CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council is one of seven CUNA Councils, a network of more than 7,000 credit union professionals. For more information, visit cunacouncils.org.