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Formal approaches that are centred around blame and retribution are not the answer to tackling sexual harassment in the workplace, says a new white paper published today by resolution experts The TCM Group. Instead, organisations should be looking at putting restorative justice at the heart of their efforts to spot, address and resolve this complex and damaging issue.

The white paper, ‘Restorative Justice: A new approach to tackling sexual harassment’, comes at a time when the issue of sexual harassment is high on the corporate agenda, following a stream of high profile allegations and the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns.

It suggests that in the rush to be seen to be ‘doing something’, organisations are resorting to knee jerk reactions. New codes of conducts have been introduced, reviews of company culture have been rapidly commissioned and ‘call it out’ campaigns have been launched. These initiatives, however well-meaning, often fail to hit the...

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