Worksafe provides a 360° approach to sexual harassment policy, re-training and compliance, resetting the rules and redefining company culture so everybody wins.
From pre-seed start-ups to multinationals, distributed workforces to on-site teams, today's new work environments depend on productive collaboration among diverse sectors and across company cultures more than ever before.
GREAT COLLABORATION REQUIRES GOOD COMMUNICATION
Successful collaboration requires good communication that depends on clear guidelines to create space for brilliant innovation.
HOW WE WORK
Real-time and online environment & employee self-assessment
Support the change through
procedures & KPIs
New protocol, policy
and best practices
Awareness, sensitivity, de-esclation and diplomacy re-training for all tiers
Balanced working dynamics tailored to unique company environments
EMPOWERING EMPLOYEES TO CREATE HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS
WorkSafe uses project-based learning and interactive gamification to address harassment incidents, including the micro-agressions that are often harder to see.
We provide the tools for employees to co-create healthy, sustainable environments they can really invest in and truly thrive.
WorkSafe lays the groundwork for teams to create a meaningful cultural change, working directly with stakeholders to:
Develop concepts to close gender pay gaps
Strategize equal career development support
Maximize differing gender experiences
Balance maternity and paternity leaves
Create a codex for all tiers with a clear position towards sexism within customer relationships and within the company itself
Whenever tech functions by immersing me, I feel I lose agency. I want to interact with concepts, not be swallowed by a sensorial experience.
Harm van den Dorpel,
artist and creative programming &
interaction design professor
Gerrit Rietveld Art Academie, Netherlands
Interactive and customized project-based learning is more effective than tick-the-box online courses.
You've updated your comms, done your DEI due diligence, and adapted to hybrid work teams. Now it's time to bring your sexual harassment policies into the 21st Century.
Progressive companies; restructured organizations;
Strengthening company culture
Rebalancing power structures
Engaging employee investment