Strategic HR at Mount Washington 2018

Beth Rattigan set to lead discussion about sexual harassment in the workplace.

What went wrong? The familiar tools have been in place for years – policies, training, reporting mechanisms, investigative procedures – and yet talk of sexual harassment remains a dominant workplace discussion. CEOs are calling in their HR leaders in search of what to do next. So, what are you going to do next? Beth Rattigan, utilizing the collective wisdom of the participants, will lead a discussion on new approaches to this deep-rooted dilemma. Let’s explore sexual harassment in the larger, strategic context of workplace culture, attentive leadership, and engaged employees. We’ll look at societal issues impacting the harassment discussion, such as pay equity and the political environment. In the process, we’ll seek ways to get buy in from the top and build a fresh air culture of respect and involvement throughout your organization.

For the full agenda, visit the Strategic HR at Mount Washington website. Link below!

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Event Details


October 27, 2018 – October 30, 2018


Omni Mount Washington Resort
310 Mount Washington Hotel Road
Bretton Woods, NH

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