Available organizational training, resources, and education that addresses harassment, discrimination, and abuse in the workplace overwhelmingly focuses on policy and prevention. But what happens when prevention efforts and organizational policies aren’t enough? What do you do when you or one of your team members becomes the victim of workplace harassment, discrimination, or abuse? In this seminar, Brewers Association Equity and Inclusion Partner, Dr. J Jackson-Beckham, offers a candid and informative discussion of several challenging realities for small and independent brewers and members of allied trade, starting with the premise that the unthinkable can and does happen.
- Why framing harassment, discrimination, and abuse as a matter of “bad actors” is a recipe for disaster
- The four A’s of addressing accusations of harassment, discrimination, and abuse
- Where those who have experienced harassment, discrimination, and abuse can go to find support, resources, and justice
- What organizational leaders can do to develop victim and survivor-centered, trauma-informed responses to incidents of misconduct in the workplace