No one understands the work environment more than Carol Westberry and Elizabeth Fanslow when it comes to harassment issues. And right now is not the time to leave it to chance and hope that everyone understands what's right and what's wrong. The explosion in Hollywood and Washington, D.C. are not the only battle fields. They happen in businesses every day around the United States.

This behavior is not only about men sexually harassing women, this is also occurring with men too. So how do you ensure that your work environment is safe for both men and women? You invest in a healthy harassment prevention course that will support your business and team as they work through the land mines of what is appropriate and what's not.

And remember that harassment comes in all forms; sexual harassment, discrimination, and bullying.



Most of us know we must filter our behavior to meet our surroundings and circumstances.  What is considered appropriate behavior when we’re with friends and family may not be acceptable behavior in the workplace. But let’s face it, we all know that some people are missing critical filters and some of them may work for YOU!

As a manager it is your responsibility to not just recognize bad behaviors but to stop them in their tracks!

But what if you’re not sure what it looks like and don’t know what to do if you see it?

Take the first step to eliminate discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and be the role model your employees need, to keep them safe and to create a harassment-free work environment.