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DISCOVER: The NEW UK GOVT. LEGISLATION Affecting Your Business SOON

Are you a business with Employees in the UK?
Do you know about the NEW Worker Protection Act?
Is your business ready for the October 2024 launch?

The Worker Protection Act, an amendment to the UK Equality Act 2010, comes into force in October 2024. It mandates that companies take increased proactive measures to prevent sexual harassment and provide safe and supportive working environments - both in and out of the office.

Are you ready?
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At Stay Safe Global we offer a COMPLETE ONE STOP SOLUTION for organisations of all sizes, trusted by some of the worlds largest employers and supported by national and international victim support organisations

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Do you have Employees in the UK?
Are You Ready for the NEW Worker Protection Act?
New Gov Legislation affecting your business!
Is Your Business Prepared for October 2024?

The Worker Protection Act, an amendment to the UK Equality Act 2010, comes into force in October 2024. It mandates that companies take increased proactive measures to prevent sexual harassment and provide safe and supportive working environments - both in and out of the office.

Are you ready?
YOU ARE WITH STAY SAFE GLOBAL

At Stay Safe Global we offer a COMPLETE ONE STOP SOLUTION for organisations of all sizes, trusted by some of the worlds largest employers and supported by national and international victim support organisations

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Supporting businesses around the world...

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"I cannot speak highly enough about the time we spent with Stay Safe Global. It is always a pleasure to hear a presentation given by a true Subject Matter Expert, and the discussion with our group is one of the best I've taken part in. They know the material, explain it directly and concisely without simplifying the context, and provide a safe space for discussion and reflection. Highly recommended for any team wanting to explore this difficult subject matter in an open and inclusive environment."

Miguel

Regional Manager, Global Event Security, USCAN West, Google

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Why Complying With The New Legislation Matters

If companies fail to take increased and sufficient actions to address and prevent workplace harassment and toxic behaviour, they face several organisational threats, including:

1. Legal Liability

Companies may face lawsuits, fines, and legal expenses resulting from employee claims of harassment, discrimination, or hostile work environments. This is particularly worrying in the context of the Worker Protection Act, which can... INCREASE tribunal compensation by 25% and lead to investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

2. Reputational Damage

Public scrutiny and negative media attention can tarnish the company's reputation, leading to loss of trust from customers, partners, and investors.

3. Damage to Company Culture

A culture of harassment or toxicity can erode trust, collaboration, and teamwork hindering the company's ability to attract and retain top talent. 4 out of 5 people are reported as feeling unable to report sexual harassment to their employer (source: AGR Law). When employees are unable to speak out about harassment, it not only perpetuates a toxic work environment but also erodes trust and undermines organisational culture.

4. Decreased Productivity

Hostile work environments can lead to decreased employee morale, engagement, and productivity, impacting overall business performance.

5. Employee Turnover

High levels of harassment or toxicity can drive talented employees to leave the company, resulting in recruitment costs, decreased morale among remaining staff, and loss of institutional knowledge.

6. Financial Costs

Legal fees, settlements, and compensation payouts can significantly impact the company's bottom line, leading to financial strain and decreased profitability.

7. Regulatory Compliance Issues

Failure to comply with anti-harassment laws and regulations can result in penalties from regulatory bodies and further legal repercussions.

Why You Can Trust STAY SAFE GLOBAL

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We are global experts in employee safety, with a proven track record of success working with industry giants like Google and Salesforce, as well as partnering with support organisations to ensure survivor voices are at the heart of all our programs.

 

Through our holistic and trauma informed approach developed by working directly with survivors of abuse and violence Stay Safe Global sits on Leading Mental Health charity (MIND) advisory panels and advises on Policy to The Head of Women’s Safety at UK Gov Department for Transport.

Our comprehensive, one-stop support portal offers:

Our One Stop Solution to meet incoming Worker Protection Act requirements provides a comprehensive, easily onboarded solution for companies of all sizes, equipped with completion tracking and reporting capabilities.

Online Training Modules, making behaviour standards clear, tackling misogynistic attuites and creating safe supported working environment:

  • Behavioural Contracts covering the new Extended Workplace Environment 

  • Confidential Reporting Processes 

  • Instant Access to company policies and support resources

  • Bystander training upskilling your workforce to create informed and empowered allies within your workforce. Creating a zero tolerance approach to abuse

  • Manager Log In easily track employee training completion and prove legislation compliance 
    Inclusive Professional Support Resources featuring a range of victim support organisations including..

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Official CPD Partner & Fully Accredited Course Provider

"We need more men like Nick (C.E.O Stay Safe Global) involved in V.A.W.G prevention and support. Stay Safe Global are doing amazing work and at UK Says No More we are proud of our ongoing partnership with this fantastic organisation."

Sarah D’Angles

Partnerships Manager, UK Says No More

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Importance For Employee Wellbeing

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Addressing sexual harassment isn't just about compliance; it’s fundamentally about safeguarding the wellbeing of your employees. Creating a safe and supportive workplace environment ensures that all staff members feel valued, respected, and protected.

 

Our holistic approach to employee safety fosters trust and boosts morale, leading to higher productivity and lower turnover rates. Taking action now demonstrates a commitment to your team’s mental and emotional health, showing that you prioritise more than just legal requirements.

Industry Expertise in Emerging Threats

Post-pandemic, the environment in which we work has fundamentally changed. Understanding the extended work environment is crucial in today’s corporate landscape.

 

The boundaries of the traditional office environment have expanded, encompassing remote workspaces, virtual meetings, travel, and social gatherings.

This extension necessitates an updated approach to safeguarding employees. According to the Sexism in the City UK Government Treasury whitepaper, sexual harassment doesn’t stop at the office door; it permeates into these extended environments where oversight may be limited.

In addition to our comprehensive services, Stay Safe Global is at the forefront of addressing emerging threats in the evolving workplace environment.

Toxic misogyny and incel culture, once confined to niche corners of the internet, have now infiltrated mainstream culture, posing significant challenges for organisations worldwide.

 

These harmful ideologies perpetuate violent narratives blaming women and minorities for perceived societal grievances, leading to real-world consequences such as sexual harassment and assault, even in the extended workplace environment.

 

Recent incidents at global software giant SAP, where employees reported being raped by colleagues during after-work events on business trips, underscore the urgent need for comprehensive policies to address such misconduct.

 

This shift from online extremism to real-world harm is further highlighted by Google's language analysis, which reveals parallels between online misogynistic language and far-right rhetoric.

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In addition to these concerning developments, there's an emerging threat of geo-location tracking and stalking, further complicating workplace safety.

 

With the proliferation of digital technology, individuals are increasingly vulnerable to surveillance and harassment, both within and outside traditional office spaces. Geo-location tracking can enable perpetrators to monitor their victims' movements, posing a serious risk to their safety and well-being.

Overall, addressing workplace harassment and toxic behaviour is essential for safeguarding employees' well-being, maintaining a positive company culture, and protecting the organisation from significant legal, financial, and reputational risks.

 

At Stay Safe Global, we recognise the gravity of these evolving threats and offer tailored solutions to empower organisations to create safer, more respectful work environments.

 

Through holistic training and proactive measures, we help companies navigate the complexities of modern workplace dynamics and protect their employees from the damaging effects of toxic misogyny, incel culture, and geo-location stalking.

Industry Expertise in Emerging Threats

Post-pandemic, the environment in which we work has fundamentally changed. Understanding the extended work environment is crucial in today’s corporate landscape. The boundaries of the traditional office environment have expanded, encompassing remote workspaces, virtual meetings, travel, and social gatherings.

This extension necessitates an updated approach to safeguarding employees. According to the Sexism in the City UK Government Treasury whitepaper, sexual harassment doesn’t stop at the office door; it permeates into these extended environments where oversight may be limited.

In addition to our comprehensive services, Stay Safe Global is at the forefront of addressing emerging threats in the evolving workplace environment. Toxic misogyny and incel culture, once confined to niche corners of the internet, have now infiltrated mainstream culture, posing significant challenges for organisations worldwide. These harmful ideologies perpetuate violent narratives blaming women and minorities for perceived societal grievances, leading to real-world consequences such as sexual harassment and assault, even in the extended workplace environment. Recent incidents at global software giant SAP, where employees reported being raped by colleagues during after-work events on business trips, underscore the urgent need for comprehensive policies to address such misconduct. This shift from online extremism to real-world harm is further highlighted by Google's language analysis, which reveals parallels between online misogynistic language and far-right rhetoric. In addition to these concerning developments, there's an emerging threat of geo-location tracking and stalking, further complicating workplace safety. With the proliferation of digital technology, individuals are increasingly vulnerable to surveillance and harassment, both within and outside traditional office spaces. Geo-location tracking can enable perpetrators to monitor their victims' movements, posing a serious risk to their safety and well-being. Overall, addressing workplace harassment and toxic behaviour is essential for safeguarding employees' well-being, maintaining a positive company culture, and protecting the organisation from significant legal, financial, and reputational risks. At Stay Safe Global, we recognise the gravity of these evolving threats and offer tailored solutions to empower organisations to create safer, more respectful work environments. Through holistic training and proactive measures, we help companies navigate the complexities of modern workplace dynamics and protect their employees from the damaging effects of toxic misogyny, incel culture, and geo-location stalking.

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ACT NOW

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Don't wait until it’s too late. Get in touch today to see how we can help you comply with the new legislation and keep your employees safe, valued, and supported.

 

Let us work together to create a workplace free from fear and harassment, where diversity is celebrated, and inclusivity is the norm. Book a call Contact us today on info@staysafeglobal.com.

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Why Complying With The New Legislation Matters

If companies fail to take increased and sufficient actions to address and prevent workplace harassment and toxic behaviour, they face several organisational threats, including:

1. Legal Liability: Companies may face lawsuits, fines, and legal expenses resulting from employee claims of harassment, discrimination, or hostile work environments. This is particularly worrying in the context of the Worker Protection Act, which can... INCRESE tribunal compensation by 25% and lead to investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.


2. Reputational Damage: Public scrutiny and negative media attention can tarnish the company's reputation, leading to loss of trust from customers, partners, and investors.


3. Damage to Company Culture: A culture of harassment or toxicity can erode trust, collaboration, and teamwork hindering the company's ability to attract and retain top talent. 4 out of 5 people are reported as feeling unable to report sexual harassment to their employer (source: AGR Law). When employees are unable to speak out about harassment, it not only perpetuates a toxic work environment but also erodes trust and undermines organisational culture.

4. Decreased Productivity: Hostile work environments can lead to decreased employee morale, engagement, and productivity, impacting overall business performance.

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5. Employee Turnover: High levels of harassment or toxicity can drive talented employees to leave the company, resulting in recruitment costs, decreased morale among remaining staff, and loss of institutional knowledge.


6. Financial Costs: Legal fees, settlements, and compensation payouts can significantly impact the company's bottom line, leading to financial strain and decreased profitability.


7. Regulatory Compliance Issues: Failure to comply with anti-harassment laws and regulations can result in penalties from regulatory bodies and further legal repercussions.

If companies fail to take increased and sufficient actions to address and prevent workplace harassment and toxic behaviour, they face several organisational threats, including:

1. Legal Liability: Companies may face lawsuits, fines, and legal expenses resulting from employee claims of harassment, discrimination, or hostile work environments. This is particularly worrying in the context of the Worker Protection Act, which can… INCRESE tribunal compensation by 25% and lead to investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission. 2. Reputational Damage: Public scrutiny and negative media attention can tarnish the company's reputation, leading to loss of trust from customers, partners, and investors. 3. Damage to Company Culture: A culture of harassment or toxicity can erode trust, collaboration, and teamwork hindering the company's ability to attract and retain top talent. 4 out of 5 people are reported as feeling unable to report sexual harassment to their employer (source: AGR Law). When employees are unable to speak out about harassment, it not only perpetuates a toxic work environment but also erodes trust and undermines organisational culture. 4. Decreased Productivity: Hostile work environments can lead to decreased employee morale, engagement, and productivity, impacting overall business performance. 5. Employee Turnover: High levels of harassment or toxicity can drive talented employees to leave the company, resulting in recruitment costs, decreased morale among remaining staff, and loss of institutional knowledge. 6. Financial Costs: Legal fees, settlements, and compensation payouts can significantly impact the company's bottom line, leading to financial strain and decreased profitability. 7. Regulatory Compliance Issues: Failure to comply with anti-harassment laws and regulations can result in penalties from regulatory bodies and further legal repercussions.

shutterstock_1112660495.jpg

Why Complying With The New Legislation Matters

If companies fail to take increased and sufficient actions to address and prevent workplace harassment and toxic behaviour, they face several organisational threats, including:

1. Legal Liability: Companies may face lawsuits, fines, and legal expenses resulting from employee claims of harassment, discrimination, or hostile work environments. This is particularly worrying in the context of the Worker Protection Act, which can... INCRESE tribunal compensation by 25% and lead to investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.


2. Reputational Damage: Public scrutiny and negative media attention can tarnish the company's reputation, leading to loss of trust from customers, partners, and investors.


3. Damage to Company Culture: A culture of harassment or toxicity can erode trust, collaboration, and teamwork hindering the company's ability to attract and retain top talent. 4 out of 5 people are reported as feeling unable to report sexual harassment to their employer (source: AGR Law). When employees are unable to speak out about harassment, it not only perpetuates a toxic work environment but also erodes trust and undermines organisational culture.

4. Decreased Productivity: Hostile work environments can lead to decreased employee morale, engagement, and productivity, impacting overall business performance.


5. Employee Turnover: High levels of harassment or toxicity can drive talented employees to leave the company, resulting in recruitment costs, decreased morale among remaining staff, and loss of institutional knowledge.


6. Financial Costs: Legal fees, settlements, and compensation payouts can significantly impact the company's bottom line, leading to financial strain and decreased profitability.


7. Regulatory Compliance Issues: Failure to comply with anti-harassment laws and regulations can result in penalties from regulatory bodies and further legal repercussions.

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