New workplace initiative modeled after FBI’s National Sex Offender Registry
According to a recent SHRM survey, 64% of respondents said that there have been sexual harassment complaints filed by employees at their organizations during the past two years. As part of its ongoing efforts to clean up toxic workplaces, eBossWatch today announced the launch of the first ever National Sexual Harassment Registry.
Inspired by the FBI’s National Sex Offender Registry, which tracks and provides information about registered sex offenders, the eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry is a database and search tool that enables people to conduct searches free of charge to obtain publicly available information about managers or employees who have been accused of sexual harassment in the workplace.
“The eBossWatch National Sexual Harassment Registry will send a strong message to those intending to sexually harass their employees or coworkers that they will be publicly held accountable and will suffer serious consequences for their abusive actions,” said Asher Adelman, founder of eBossWatch. “Now anyone will be able to search our national database and will instantly know if their potential boss or job candidate has been the subject of a sexual harassment complaint.”
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