Bay Ryley is a an employment and human rights lawyer and the founder of Ryley Learning, a digital eLearning company with a focus on corporate sexual harassment training. As featured in Be the Next Her: A modern-day career blog for women, by women. What is your morning routine? Lots of domestic stuff. Make smoothies
Since the #MeToo Movement, preventing sexual harassment has become a key organizational imperative for leaders everywhere. As municipal leaders know all too well, local government workforces are not immune from sexual harassment. Municipalities employ a large number of people who serve the public in a wide range of roles. Case law reports and media headlines
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With history tackling misconduct at Queen’s, Bay Ryley’s efforts now include digital resources. For Bay Ryley, ArtSci ’93, MA ’96, a safe workplace can start online. She’s developed online training which addresses sexual harassment in a professional environment. The initiative, Ryley Learning, can be used to educate employees on how to prevent, identify, and
Are you searching for a cost-effective, simple and engaging learning opportunity that will educate employees on sexual harassment in the workplace? With the exponential rise in the number of sexual harassment allegations making headlines across North America, educating employees to create a safe and healthier workplace has never been more important for companies and
Employee education is a key part of any business; whether it’s for professional development, improving workplace culture or corporate training. The challenge, however, is finding the time to coordinate a conference or training course, which comes with costs beyond the price of the course itself. Employee commitment and retention can also prevent training success.