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The old saying is that silence is golden and honestly in some cases that might be true. However when it comes to bullying and harassment behavior, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Particularly in the work place, silence is toxic. The research says that 62 percent of harassment cases that make their way up to HR are met with absolutely no follow up. It’s that type of silence that companies need to stay away from.   
Check out the video for tips on how to end this type of silence as well as facts on why a whistle blower policy is probably the best thing for your company:

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