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Managing the Future of Work The Purple Campaign and Vault: Taking on workplace sexual harassment post- MeToo Workplace sexual harassment can derail careers, depress morale, and decrease productivity.

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Managing the Future of Work The Purple Campaign and Vault: Chah on workplace sexual harassment post- MeToo Workplace sexual harassment can derail careers, depress morale, and decrease productivity.

The Chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts movement focused attention on the issue, but left companies to figure out how to address this common and underreported problem. Harvard Law grad Ally Coll and tech entrepreneur Neta Meidav are working to change the culture around harassment. Coll is cofounder and President of the Purple Campaign, a nonprofit focused on business practice and public policy that is piloting a corporate certification program with the likes of Uber, Airbnb, Expedia, and Amazon.

Meidav is cofounder of startup Vault Platform, whose application makes it easier to report and track harassment. They discuss the broader cultural and legal context and what leadership can do to promote safety and fairness in traditional and nontraditional workplaces. Joe Fuller: Workplace sexual harassment is a complex and widespread problem. In the wake of the MeToo movement, many businesses are thinking deeply about how to address the issue and are looking for new solutions.

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Welcome to the Managing the Future of Work podcast. Coll is cofounder and president of the Purple Campaign, a nonprofit working to change business practices and public policy. To encourage progress, the Purple Campaign is introducing a corporate certification program. Meidav is cofounder of startup Vault, whose platform makes it easier to report and track harassment, in part, by including features that address considerations that made victims reluctant to file reports.

Our guests are addressing workplace sexual harassment through blended innovations in management, communications, advocacy, and technology. How do you break down a systemic cultural phenomenon through a managerial intervention? How do you ensure fairness and chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts appropriate responses? And how can companies extend such protections in workplaces that increasingly include employees of third parties and contingent workers?

Ally and Neta, welcome to Harvard Business School. Ally Coll: Thanks so much for having us. Neta Meidav: Thank you. Fuller: Harassment in the workplace has been very, very widely discussed, and, obviously, since the advent of the MeToo campaign, has become a major topic in corporate board rooms and on campuses and in the media. Could you just both tell me how you got involved in this?

Coll: Chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts. So I was working as a lawyer in private practice when the movement went viral in October The news was reporting that my law firm and the chairman of my firm, David Boies, had been representing [Harvey] Weinstein and The Weinstein Company in connection with some of these issues. And so that prompted for me and for our firm both a kind of internal and external questioning around what the role of lawyers is in this movement and also what kinds of workplace policies and practices like those that were being exposed about The Weinstein Company had led to this problem and how best to address it.

Fuller: And Neta? Meidav: It built on my own personal experience in my first-ever job out of university, my dream job. And I never thought of reporting harassment. For me, the answer was to leave. But months later, I found out that there was an additional colleague of mine who was harassed by the same individual. But it was too late for me—my life continued outside of that specific workplace. I had a career in government, in the British government.

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I was a climate-change negotiator and later heading investor relations for renewable energy and never thought I would become an entrepreneur. And that changes everything. And that triggered that journey for me. Fuller: So you and he started a company called Vault.

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Could you tell us a little bit about it and what its key features are? Vault is an end-to-end platform that has an employee-facing app, which allows people to create safe timestamp records on their phones, including saving any hard evidence that they might have. And when it comes to reporting, there are different options to boost the confidence and empower people to come forward. Can I hold it back and save it for later, or does it automatically flow through to the company—and to whom in the company?

Meidav: Absolutely. The idea is really to work hand-in-hand with this growing trend of employee ownership of their data and provide a safe space and psychological safety in creating this digital space for that specific record. Fuller: So Neta is creating a tool to try to help employees. Could you tell us a little bit about The Purple Campaign? Coll: Yeah. As these news stories were breaking across every industry about workplace harassment, I was really inspired by the conversation that was being started about an issue that I, myself, too have experienced in the workplace, but that chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts largely remained untalked-about for so long.

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But I also, as a lawyer and as somebody with a background in public policy, I wanted to make sure that this was a moment not just of awareness-raising about the problem, but one that resulted in actual written-down policy change, both in terms of workplace policies and in terms of public policy. I also was here at Harvard Law School when the Title IX debate was really raging on campus, and I learned a lot from that experience about how complex policymaking around sexual misconduct can be.

And our mission is to address workplace harassment by implementing stronger corporate policies, establishing better laws, and chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts people to create lasting change in their own workplaces and communities. Coll: I think MeToo revealed that the system that we all thought was working, both in terms of the legal requirements and in terms of internal approaches, was really broken.

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We think of it in three parts. One is prevention. How do you stop these issues from occurring in the first place? And that means more-effective trainings. Most workplaces have had your typical compliance-oriented sexual harassment training. And then, how do you create greater transparency?

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So we saw in cases like The Weinstein Company that many employers were addressing these issues by settling lawsuits confidentially and including clauses that prevented people from speaking about the misconduct, which often allowed the employer to not take corrective action and not actually address the underlying problems. So we know this is a very underreported problem. Fuller: But the original logic, it struck me, was that you wanted an outside resource.

It would onlyyojr intimidating to tell your employer that there was something happening, particularly related to a superior.

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How do you balance the intrinsic anxiety people have—about essentially complaining about something in the employment environment—and trust—which is presumably lacking chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts something bad could happen to me in that environment? I think the first thing that needs to happen is employers need to open up as many channels for reporting misconduct as they can. So I think having options for allowing anonymous reporting, options for a hotline, but also empowering and training multiple individuals within the company who are deated to take these reports so that That may not be the first person you want to have that conversation with.

So training people in, for example, not only your HR department, but also your diversity and inclusion team, or people who sit across different sectors of your workforce, I think, is really important to allowing people to come forward. But then you need to make sure those people are ready to respond and have those conversations in a way that is appropriate and helpful. So we need to rebuild this trust.

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And that really, at the end of the day, depends on leadership taking these issues seriously when they do arise, I think. Fuller: One of the things you both have referred to is underreporting.

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Why do you think this is underreported? We know that actually over 90 percent of people who withhold their disclosure are quoting fear as the main element. There will be people who would feel comfortable coming forward directly. There will be people who would prefer to do that anonymously. And we found that people, and especially women, are up to eight times more likely to report with GoTogether than any other options.

And we know that this is chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts intersectional problem. So women of color, for example, are not only more likely to be targets of harassment, but less likely to be believed when they come forward to report. So the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission found that 75 percent of people who did report to a manager or supervisor experienced some form of retaliation in response.

So that could be getting less-favorable work asments, being ostracized socially, or more severe forms of retaliation like being fired from your job. These things are still happening. And so people have had a lot of reasons to be wary about the adverse career consequences that might come as a result of reporting. That is getting increasing conversation in the public domain.

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How do you chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts that, and how do you create a system that acknowledges that there are maybe different perspectives at play here that are deserving of attention? I mean, that actually raises one other reason many people are fearful to report—especially smaller, less egregious issues—is that I think in those cases people really just want the behavior to stop. They want to be able to work in a safe and productive work environment.

Onlyyohr Absolutely. This is one onlyyoue our main priorities at The Purple Campaign.

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One of our corporate partners is Airbnb, and they have developed an in-house training that their general counsel has personally delivered with their employees around the globe in small group settings. And unlike your typical compliance-oriented approach, it really is about that particular company. When you hear that message delivered by a senior leader in the company on your very first week of the job, everybody in that room is paying attention. Nobody is on their phones.

Meidav: Kiniy must address it, yes, from the top, and be engaged. But they need to think about the factory floor. They need to think about the trading floor. They need to think about reaching offices everywhere. Would that help me to know that the company will increase female representation on its board from 20 percent to 30 percent immediately?

What would help me is if my voice is heard. Coll: I do extrwme that having more diversity in leadership—both in chat onlyyour extreme kinky thoughts of gender diversity, but also more broadly—is a really important part of the solution to this problem. And what you find is that people tend to trust people who share characteristics with you. Ally, you mentioned Airbnb.

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