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Forbes | September 2019
London-based startup Vault Platform aims to create a better way for company employees to report misconduct, such as harassment or workplace bullying. Founded in 2018 by Neta Meidav and Rotem Hayoun-Meidav, Vault Platform provides employees with a safe diary-like space to record incidents and save related evidence. It effectively replaces existing legacy ‘hotline’ and email systems that have often been deemed ineffective.
Press Release | September 2019
Vault Platform, the next generation solution for effective workplace misconduct reporting, today announced its selection as a Top HR Product of 2019 by Human Resource Executive Magazine.
HR Executive | September 2019
Managing diversity in the workplace is more about the human side of HR than the technology side. But that does not mean today’s HR leaders can’t lean on innovative technology-based solutions to help their organizations achieve critical diversity and inclusion objectives in a meaningful way.
Global publishing platform Minute Media ensures culture of openness with strategic addition of Vault
Press Release | August 2019
A psychological and physically safe workplace is critical, and Minute Media as an organization committed to diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs, is leveraging ‘TrustTech’ such as Vault to prevent workplace discrimination.
Financial Times (paywall)| August 2019
Neta Meidav, Vault’s co-founder, hopes that enabling employers “to join up the dots” will encourage more reporting. But can higher-ups be trusted to act on the evidence?
This 34-year-old CEO’s own experience with workplace harassment led her to raise $4.2 million to find a better way to help victims band together and speed up investigations
Business Insider | June 2019
Everything changed with the #MeToo campaign as it appeared on the TV screens and in the newspapers. We realized that there’s a deeper problem that is going on. It will affect the workplace probably forever. And I started researching, and we came up with this idea that reporting can be fixed from the inside.
TechCrunch | May 2019
Vault Platform, a London-based startup that has built software to “re-imagine” workplace misconduct reporting, has raised $4.2 million in seed funding. Leading the round is Kindred Capital, with participation from Angular Ventures, System.One, Jane VC, and ex-Mosaic Ventures Partner Mike Chalfen.
Telegraph | February 2019
Companies across the UK are desperately attempting to improve their workplace culture by investing in #MeToo apps that allow employees to discreetly report sexual harassment.
Fast Company | February 2019
Vault Platform also scans for patterns in the reporting to deliver a detailed snapshot of the company’s health and work culture so that its executives can decide on a course of action.
BBC | February 2019
Users can send the reports to their company, but Vault also flags up if someone else in the same organisation has reported a similar incident or individual, giving people the impetus to report collectively.