FAQ’s

BeOnAlert Features for Reporters (3)

BeOnAlert can help you by providing a platform through which you can discuss, manage, and hopefully resolve your case with your employer before it reaches legal proceeding. We can also help you by putting you in touch with legal, HR, or psychological professionals; however, it is up to you whether you choose to avail of these services.

BeOnAlert as an entity will not be part of any investigatory, legal or HR proceedings related to your case. We act as a neutral service that provides advice, guidance, and direction.

BeOnAlert will never reveal any personally identifying information you have provided to us on our public registry, to your harasser, or your employer without your consent.

You have the option to protect your anonymity at all stages of the process; however, if you would like us to reveal your identity to your employer so that you both may use the service to resolve the case then you will have the option to do this.

With your consent, we may also share certain information with legal, HR, or psychological professionals, witnesses or other Reporters in a discrete manner so as to help you with your case.

For too long now, incidents of sexual harassment in the workplace have been swept under the carpet, minimized, dismissed, and even accepted as normal practice. We understand the difficulty Reporters face in coming forward – shame, uncertainty, fear, and a whole range of other emotions and potential scenarios can stop a person wanting to expose a sexual harasser. We hope that by providing an anonymous reporting system we can give Reporters back the power by giving them a voice and a platform that comes with no conditions, expectations, or unwanted repercussions.

By making a Report through BeOnAlert you can make other people in your community aware of a potential threat, you can expose an injustice without your identity being shared, and you can do your part to eradicate sexual harassment in a way that suits you. We will never pressure you to follow through with reporting a case to your employer, HR department, lawyer, or the police if you do not want to – with BeOnAlert you can ensure that others are ‘alerted’ to sexual harassment in a safe and secure way.

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BeOnAlert Features for Reporters (3)

BeOnAlert can help you by providing a platform through which you can discuss, manage, and hopefully resolve your case with your employer before it reaches legal proceeding. We can also help you by putting you in touch with legal, HR, or psychological professionals; however, it is up to you whether you choose to avail of these services.

BeOnAlert as an entity will not be part of any investigatory, legal or HR proceedings related to your case. We act as a neutral service that provides advice, guidance, and direction.

BeOnAlert will never reveal any personally identifying information you have provided to us on our public registry, to your harasser, or your employer without your consent.

You have the option to protect your anonymity at all stages of the process; however, if you would like us to reveal your identity to your employer so that you both may use the service to resolve the case then you will have the option to do this.

With your consent, we may also share certain information with legal, HR, or psychological professionals, witnesses or other Reporters in a discrete manner so as to help you with your case.

For too long now, incidents of sexual harassment in the workplace have been swept under the carpet, minimized, dismissed, and even accepted as normal practice. We understand the difficulty Reporters face in coming forward – shame, uncertainty, fear, and a whole range of other emotions and potential scenarios can stop a person wanting to expose a sexual harasser. We hope that by providing an anonymous reporting system we can give Reporters back the power by giving them a voice and a platform that comes with no conditions, expectations, or unwanted repercussions.

By making a Report through BeOnAlert you can make other people in your community aware of a potential threat, you can expose an injustice without your identity being shared, and you can do your part to eradicate sexual harassment in a way that suits you. We will never pressure you to follow through with reporting a case to your employer, HR department, lawyer, or the police if you do not want to – with BeOnAlert you can ensure that others are ‘alerted’ to sexual harassment in a safe and secure way.

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