The Floodgates Have Opened #MeToo
Recent events in the news have given business owners good reason to be concerned about the relationships between staff members. Allegations of abusive relationships in the news are examples of the breadth of such issues, often going back decades. The clear message is that intentionally inappropriate behavior must be investigated and addressed and that simple harassment training is just not good enough. Boundary training is required to heighten company awareness.
What is boundary training?
Boundary training is a training program, in the form of lectures and interactive workshops, all of which have the goal of preventing both intentional and unintentional sexual harassment, abuse and misconduct. Everyone involved must learn the characteristics of unhealthy inter-personal work relationships and how they arise.
We at Schwartz Simon Edelstein & Celso LLC have a significant focus on sexual harassment in private companies. Whether your company is a household name in New Jersey, or you are aspiring to be one, you never want to be associated with #MeToo. We have developed and wish to offer training designed to highlight the best practices for maintaining acceptable boundaries for your staff. The training includes printed materials, lectures, and workshops. Companies may opt for half-day or full-day sessions and/or presentations tailored to your needs and affordability.