Anti-Harassment: From Compliance to Culture

Go beyond compliance requirements and ensure anti-harassment is an effective part of your people strategy. Strengthen your commitment to building a safe and inclusive culture.

Services for Building Safe + Inclusive Cultures

Strengthen HR

  • Enhanced HRBPs
  • Hiring Without Bias
  • Onboarding
  • ER Resolution Process
  • ER Boot Camp
  • Multi-path Reporting
  • Investigations

Learn + Develop

  • Executive Coaching
  • Sensitivity Coaching
  • Anti-sexual Harassment Training
  • Unconscious Bias Training
  • Respect at Work Training
  • Inclusive Leadership
  • 360-degree Feedback

Foster Culture

  • Men as Allies
  • High Potential Programs
  • Gender Equity
  • Mentoring
  • Performance Tools
  • Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
  • Internal Communications

Measure + Reinforce

  • Dashboards to define goals and measure results
  • Measure D+I in individual performance appraisals and business performance tools
  • Measure impact through surveys and focus groups
  • Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and diversity team feedback loops

Inspire's Anti-Harassment Training

Create a respectful workplace by bringing the latest employment laws to life with Inspire’s engaging, instructor-led training. Your employees and managers will go from information to action by participating in facilitated conversations, case studies, practical exercises, and post-training reinforcement.

Inspire’s highly engaging programs gave us the tools to prevent harassment and create a more respectful culture.

Sampling of Our Inclusion Experts


Legislative Requirements

(as of Nov. 5, 2018)

New York and Delaware join California, Connecticut and Maine, by making anti-sexual harassment training mandatory.

New York State

NY Governor Cuomo signed 2018-2019 Budget Act – April 12, 2018

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NYC Mayor De Blasio signed Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act – May 9, 2018

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Delaware Governor Carney signed into law a bill (SB 360) – August 29, 2018

The Inspired Podcast

Co-hosts Jaime Klein and Keri Schoenbrun are joined by other business leaders to discuss stories, policies, and decisions that define workplace culture today.  We hope these stories become your stories, helping you manage talent initiatives in a way that is proactive and informed.

Inspire in the News

My rule of thumb is zero tolerance; if it resurfaces, you part ways,” said Jaime Klein, founder of New York-based Inspire Human Resources.

Workplaces are still shifting every day as of result of the #MeToo movement. In between advising companies on both reactive and proactive modes, Inspire founder, Jaime Klein, discusses how workplace harassment has affected all industries.

Let us know how we can help.