Media and Entertainment companies have long brushed misconduct under the rug. Incredible organizations like ProjectWhen, TimesUp, and more have worked to create safer and more inclusive media and entertainment workplaces.
That starts with hiring great people – ones who work with integrity, a high moral compass, and for the success of your organization, their colleagues, and audiences.
Getting misconduct under control isn’t just the right thing to do morally, it makes the most business sense. Research shows that 20% of public figures have at least one inflammatory remark online. Substance abuse costs $81 billion a year. And, harassment costs between $300 and $1000 per employee per year.
And, that excludes the cost of reputational damages that companies incur once the public finds out about misconduct.
Fama compliantly searches over 10,000 sources of publicly available online and social media content to identify candidates with workplace misconduct issues. A Fama report is available many times in 24-48 hours and only provides the instances of misconduct. Request a demo today to learn more about how easy it is to incorporate a Fama report in your hiring process.