Introducing 'speaking-up' allies...

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There's a critical difference between telling employees to speak up when they are uncomfortable at work, and actually creating a culture in which they do it.  It's about trust - feeling safe.  Ellie Herriot and I had a great open session with fantastic guests this morning looking at why and how to put an allies programme in place.  We've summarised the key points in a pdf.  and we'd be happy to talk to you about how it could help support your efforts to prevent harassment and raise awareness.  

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