TheGlasshouseReport, the First Human Resource Service That Protects Employees and Employers

TheGlasshouseReport, the First Human Resource Service That Protects Employees and Employers from Unnecessary Litigation, Launches at RIMS New Service to Combat $100 Billion a Year Problem While Keeping Employees Safer At the Workplace

SAN DIEGO (April 29, 2008) – Booth 2949 – Newport Scientific Research, Inc. (NSR) a global leader in biometric security solutions today launched, TheGlasshouseReport (www.theGlasshouseReport.com), a Web-based management system that links to the biometric identity of employees at the Risk and Insurance Management Society 2008 Annual Conference & Exhibition at the San Diego Convention Center. Companies and organizations that implement the biometric protection of TheGlasshouseReport.com can reduce, or even eliminate, employment lawsuits by providing employees with immediate access to secure complaint and resolution procedures.

TheGlasshouseReport.com records workplace concerns, including those of possible discrimination or harassment, alerting the employer and allowing it to immediately investigate and resolve such issues directly with the complainant before the problems escalate into a larger, costly problem.

TheGlasshouseReport was created by NSR president John Shanahan, who is the also the creator of Hooked on Phonics and the original syndicator of the Dr. Laura Show.    

Too often, employees do not have an avenue to report their concerns or they fear retaliation from management, no matter how many assurances of non-retaliation are given by the employer,” said Shanahan. “Now, employers can effectively reduce, or even eliminate, employment lawsuits.”

TheGlasshouseReport will greatly reduce plaintiff damages by providing all employees with immediate access to secure complaint and resolution procedures. The GlasshouseReport records and alerts reported workplace intimidation or discrimination, allowing the employer to amicably and immediately resolve issues directly with the complainant, which in many cases would skip several levels of managers. A physical record of subsequent actions and resolutions are recorded and biometrically verified should the dispute escalate, protecting both the employer and the employee.

TheGlasshouseReport can be tailored to organizational needs to solicit feedback from employees regarding workplace concerns, including harassment or discrimination. It can track and archive employee training and understanding of company policies and industry regulations. If challenged in a court of law or administrative proceeding, it can effectively demonstrate the employer’s efforts to ensure legal compliance.

A demo can be viewed at http://www.theGlasshouseReport.com/rims/presentation_movie.html.

About TheGlasshouseReport

Based in Newport Beach, Calif., The GlasshouseReport.com, a Web-based management system linked to the biometric identity of every employee, was launched in April 2008. Companies and organizations that implement the biometric protection of TheGlasshouseReport.com reduce, or even eliminate, employment lawsuits by providing employees with immediate access to secure complaint and resolution procedures.

For further information, visit www.theGlasshouseReport.com.


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