Neta Meidav

Neta Meidav is co-founder and CEO of Vault Platform, a tech company disrupting workplace misconduct reporting and resolution.

Neta worked as a senior adviser to the U.K. government for over 10 years and is a knowledgeable resource on solutions to the problem of harassment and bullying in the workplace.

After her own experience with workplace harassment, Neta founded Vault in 2018, with Rotem Hayoun-Meidav, to empower workers to report misconduct and protect enterprises from the potential fallout.

Neta’s research revealed that at least one-third of women have been sexually harassed in the workplace and around one-third of all people have been bullied during their career. Yet only 25 percent of misconduct gets reported. In the wake of the #MeToo and TIME’S UP movements, Neta is championing a new category of HR technology known as “TrustTech.”

Neta and her team raised a $4.2 million seed round, which is being used to scale and expand Vault’s presence in North America and Europe and continue changing work culture for good.

 

 

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As the situation with COVID-19 evolves, a huge oncoming wave of lawsuits is imminent, and legal and compliance issues could cause yet another crisis if not addressed properly. Vault Platform CEO Neta Meidav discusses what this could mean for the future of work. In recent years, we have seen an unprecedented rise in the number of high-profile employee complaints directed at employers...

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Vault Platform CEO Neta Meidav explores how to create a “speak up” culture in the workplace – one that ensures employees don’t fear retribution if whistleblowing or reporting harassment. Though the roots of #MeToo trace back upward of a decade, the movement hit its stride in the fall of 2017, prompting increased scrutiny around bad behaviors and spawning the creation of TIME’S...

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