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Entrepreneur seeks to end workplace misconduct

Posted: February 24, 2020 at 6:20 pm   /   by   /   comments (2)

Ariel Weindling, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur, a leading employment lawyer and an advocate for greater equality, safety, and transparency in the workplace joins Enterprise Radio. His passion for equality led him to create #NotMe, a mobile misconduct solution that supports anyone who needs help.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ariel Weindling discuss the following:

  1. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself and #NotMe?   
  2. We have heard you say that issues of misconduct are not an HR problem but a people problem. Can you tell us a little bit more about this?    
  3. How do you think #MeToo has changed the face of harassment?   
  4. Often times it feels like in startups, there are more blurred lines when it comes to employee guidelines in the workplace. What tips do you have for entrepreneurs when they face issues of harassment in their business environment?
  5. #NotMe sounds like a great solution for large companies, but does your service have a place in small companies? 

Ariel Weindling is the CEO and Founder of #NotMe. Ariel is a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur, a leading employment lawyer and an advocate for greater equality, safety, and transparency in the workplace. His passion for equality led him to create #NotMe, a mobile misconduct solution that supports anyone who needs help. The open platform offers reporting and prevention, moving the needle from awareness to action.

Ariel has trained hundreds of employees on the subjects of sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying. After fifteen years handling a litany of cases involving harassment and discrimination and watching instances of workplace misconduct constantly repeat themselves, Ariel realized that corporate America was in need of a major paradigm shift. As the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements continue to steamroll through the collective consciousness of America, Ariel, along with a team of high-profile advisors, found himself in a unique position to help turn these movements into action, thus he created #NotMe

Ariel has a vision of a world in which his own children will inherit a workplace environment that is safe and equal, allowing them to freely thrive while accomplishing their own dreams.

Websitewww.not-me.com

Social Media Links
Facebook: facebook.com/NotMeApp
Instagram: instagram.com/notme.app 
Twitter: twitter.com/NotMeApp


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