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#MeToo Pulse Check Survey: How has #MeToo changed things within your organization?

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On October 15th it will be one year since actress Alyssa Milano sent the #MeToo tweet that incited a major social and political movement which changed the way we think of and respond to allegations of sexual harassment and violence.

Now that we are one year into the #MeToo movement and (in Ontario) quickly approaching the two year anniversary of Bill 132, Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), 2016 taking effect, we thought that it would be a good opportunity for a bit of a check-in.

In particular, we want to know how your organization is faring with respect to investigating complaints in this new legal, social and political landscape. Has anything changed with respect to sexual harassment and violence complaints in your organization?

To this end, we have created a short survey which can be accessed using this link. Please note that that the results will be completely anonymous. We intend to share the results (in aggregate and with no identifying information).

Click here to complete the survey »

Please note that the survey will be open for two weeks and will close at the end of the day on October 15, 2018.