According to StartSe coverage, this digital platform combines HR and compliance to streamline reporting workplace discrimination, harassment, and general misconduct. Considering that many reported cases go untouched, SafeSpace intends to ease the reporting, follow-ups, and resolutions for such incidents.
Created by Rafaela Frankenthal, this new technology is currently in the developmental stages. In her opinion, the SafeSpace platform responds to a growing demand to address workplace discrimination and other pervasive issues.
“The problem is latent,” said Frankenthal, who launched SafeSpace in November and expects it to go live halfway through 2020. “People want a safe way to report. In addition, companies are looking to become more transparent, either to attract talent, to reinforce culture or to protect themselves from larger processes in the future.”
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