Human Resource platform Workday wants to get out in front of bad office behavior. The new initiative will see surveys sent out to staff members every week, hoping these employees will report on any issues or wrongdoings done by fellow workers or management.
So far, Workday is using these functions purely for their own business. But if it goes over well internally, Workday plans to release it to the public for use for any business. Workplace harassment has become a hot button topic lately, so many businesses want to nip this in the bud before it becomes a large scale problem.
CIO Diana McKenzie has been at the forefront of this movement. With her guidance, a quick, weekly survey began to spread around the office. While it's not mandatory, reminder emails are sent to everyone on staff to remind them the offer is there.
McKenzie will share the information gathered with the managers on file. The information is anonymous, but managers will hopefully learn to shape up or ship out if they get multiple complaints about the same thing.
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