Resources

  • Ebook
    The Discrimination Issue

    Vault Magazine: The Discrimination Issue

    - by Neta Meidav

    The Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in a manner never seen before. Social lockdown, mass business closure, widespread unemployment, and for many of those still in jobs a shift to working remotely. Now, as large swathes of the global workforce move to a working from home model, employers are faced with a new challenge – that the vector for workplace discrimination will shift in parallel with the main mode of communication.

  • Webinar

    COVID-19: Rethinking space, tech and workplace culture

    - by Neta Meidav

    Thursday 9 July 2020, 10.30am – 12.00pm The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in the wholesale adoption of technologies and ways…

  • Resources
    Whistleblower Protection Directive for EU

    EU Whistleblower Directive

    - by Neta Meidav

    Every employer with more than 50 employees in the European Union will soon need to comply with the European Union’s Directive for the protection of persons reporting on breaches of Union law, otherwise known as the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive.

  • Webinar

    Webinar: How to handle discrimination in the workplace during COVID-19

    - by Neta Meidav

    As the Coronavirus pandemic sweeps the world HR teams are on the front line implementing working from home initiatives and keeping on top of the number of people affected. In parallel, levels of discrimination are rising as a direct result of the pandemic. This 15-minute webinar looks at the business impact and ways of addressing it.

  • Resources

    Finding opportunity in crisis, with Professor Frances Frei

    - by Neta Meidav

    As an ex-cultural advisor to both Uber and WeWork, Professor Frances Frei of Harvard Business School has unique insight into a variety of enterprise challenges. The current challenge – COVID-19 – means many enterprises are dealing with an unexpected shift to remote working.

  • Ebook

    Vault Magazine: The Isolation Issue

    - by Neta Meidav

    The Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in a manner never seen before. Social lockdown, mass business closure, widespread unemployment, and for many of those still in jobs a shift to working remotely. Now, as large swathes of the global workforce move to a working from home model, employers are faced with a new challenge – that the vector for workplace discrimination will shift in parallel with the main mode of communication.

  • Webinar

    Webinar: Inoculate your business against discrimination during a global pandemic

    - by Neta Meidav

    As the Coronavirus pandemic sweeps the world HR teams are on the front line implementing working from home initiatives and keeping on top of the number of people affected. In parallel, levels of discrimination are rising as a direct result of the pandemic. This 15-minute webinar looks at the business impact and ways of addressing it.

  • Resources
    Coronavirus in the workplace

    Coronavirus Resource Hub

    - by Neta Meidav

    The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is resulting in an increasing level of racial discrimination, bullying, and harassment in the workplace.

  • Ebook
    Vault Magazine: The Activism Issue

    Vault Magazine: The Activism Issue

    - by Neta Meidav

    The Future of Work survey, released by law firm Herbert Smith Freehills at the end of 2019, revealed that 80% of surveyed enterprises globally expect to see a rise in activism among both employees and casual workers in the future. Social media will continue to play a key role as a tool for both coordinating and amplifying workforce activism. Some 95% of respondents to the law firm’s survey said they expect to see an increase in their workforce making its voice heard through social media channels in the future.

  • Press
    EHRC Guidance on sexual harassment

    Vault Platform introduces toolkit to address “lack of appropriate reporting procedures” for workplace harassment

    - by Neta Meidav

    On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) released guidance for UK employers on dealing with…