- a strong disinclination for finding powerful (mostly) men at fault
- a requirement for investigation, typically by internal body loyal to the interests of the institution
- due process in every investigation
- usually, steep power differential favoring the abuser
A. No; they are like a seesaw. When one goes up, the other goes down.
B. Yes; these are not mutually exclusive.
C. Yes; and also you can also combine tests with these characteristics to achieve your goal.
1. Measure occurrence of sexual harassment using validated measures
2. Implement best-practice, standardized policies to identify and respond to harassment charges
3. Make policies visible, accessible to employees
5. Diversify the workforce and leadership
6. Create a workplace culture that is inclusive, equitable, and respectful
7. Avoid the steep hierarchies that make abuse by a senior perpetually tolerated
There are others, but those are the ones floating to the top of my brain right now.