Resources

  • Ebook
    Vault Magazine: The Activism Issue

    Vault Magazine: The Activism Issue

    - by Vault Platform

    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 Vault Platform

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

  • Resources

    Identifying harassment and discrimination in the workplace

    - by Vault Platform

    Respectful workplaces tend to foster productive, creative employees who share an awareness and appreciation of each other. On the contrary,…

  • Webinar

    New Technologies to Manage Workplace Diversity

    - by Vault Platform

    Watch the Women in Tech panel session that took place at the HR Technology conference in Las Vegas, October 2019. With speakers from Bersin by Deloitte, Vault, CuroComp, and Ultimate Software.

  • Ebook
    Vault - The Trust Issue

    Vault Magazine: The Trust Issue

    - by Vault Platform

    In the workplace, employers are largely seen as what should be a trusted partner for change and 71% of people believe it is their CEO that should take the lead. This includes leading the charge on sensitive issues such as discrimination, sexual harassment, and gender equality. But there are still significant gaps between employer and employee when it comes to trust, accountability and culture.