Hate Speech in the Workplace: A Manager’s Guide

Hate speech can hurt your employees… and your bottom line.

It’s an almost sure bet that people in your organization, and maybe on your team, are hearing, reading, and actively discussing the issues both in and outside of the workplace. And, unfortunately, some may be engaging in it.

We put together a free, helpful guide for dealing with these troublesome situations. It’s an 11-page pdf that covers:

  • When to Act
  • Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
  • Recognizing Hate Speech
  • Two Ways to Respond
  • When You Don’t Hear the Hate Speech Directly
  • What if the Hate-speaker is in a Position Above You?

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