Netflix CEO Reed Hastings shares a story with employees to help them understand why some sexual harassment victims don’t report incidents.
“Statistics don’t move people, stories move people,” Hastings said.
Hastings tells employees about a colleague who was sexually harassed by a male superior and never reported it.
“It’s really high stakes to report an incident of harassment, and that’s why a lot of people don’t report it,” he added.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings shared at the Wall Street Journal’s recent Women in the Workplace gala (via Quartz) that he tells a story to employees about a colleague being sexually harassed to demonstrate why some victims don’t report incidents.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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