" Placing pressure on companies by buyers, empowering bystanders to be part of the solution, multiple access points for reporting harassment, prompt investigations, and swift disciplinary action when warranted, along with strong support from top leadership, are some of the measures employers can take to prevent workplace harassment, panels of experts told the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace (STF) at a public meeting held yesterday in Los Angeles.This was the second public meeting of the STF, and the first to be held outside of Washington, DC. The STF was announced by EEOC Chair Jenny R. Yang in March, 2015, and it is co-chaired byEEOC Commissioners Chai R. Feldblum and Victoria A. Lipnic. Members of the STF include individuals representing the worlds of academia, law, labor, and business. This meeting was designed to explore innovative steps to prevent workplace harassment..."