You are always in charge of the process and can decide how to move forward when you report an incident. We encourage you to talk about what happened.

If you are being sexually harassed (or suspect another person is being harassed), please report it to HR, your lead or our outside confidential counsellor. In serious cases like sexual assault, please call the police and inform HR that you plan to press charges. We acknowledge it’s often hard to come forward about these issues, and we strive to have as many channels of communication open so that whoever you're comfortable talking to, we're here for you.

Here are the steps you can take, either:

If you report assault to the police, Blendle will provide any possible support until the matter is resolved. In any case, we will ensure you are not victimised and that you have access to relevant evidence.

What's not acceptable at Blendle

Harassment includes bullying, intimidation, direct insults, malicious gossip and victimisation. It’s impossible to create an exhaustive list, but here are some instances that we consider harassment: