acting together for inclusive and high performing organisations

curbing harassment and discrimination of all kinds

safeguarding human integrity

advancing inclusion

acting together for inclusive and high performing organisations

curbing harassment and discrimination of all kinds
safeguarding human integrity
advancing inclusion

Designed for employees and employers alike

Designed for employees and employers alike


 10.10.2020 : World Mental Health Day
REZALLIANCE’s birthday


Harassment and discrimination are weapons of mass destruction that lead to trauma at the individual and societal levels.

Healing requires in-depth work on oneself that begins with speaking out: telling your truth, making your voice heard, acknowledging the damage suffered, evacuating the feeling of guilt and shame in order to change your perspective and see yourself as a survivor and no longer as a victim.

We are not all equipped to face this often long, tedious and painful process of reconstruction. The resilience capacities of individuals depend on many parameters that can be lacking when it is most needed. That’s why I decided to create Rezalliance: Like a “flotation jacket” to lean on while getting out of the storm for those targeted by workplace harassment.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”  (Maya Angelou)

REZALLIANCE designs pragmatic and constructive solutions to support employees and employers on the path to resilience, in the psychological and organizational sense of the term. Our human-centered approach aims to allow the individual to get out of an extremely harmful situation and bounce back while offering the employer the opportunity to implement corrective and preventive actions. In doing so, the employer increases the performance of the organization and improves its attractiveness. In summary, it is about instilling and supporting a dynamic of transformation for both individuals affected and organizations.

the problem in facts and figures


59% of Swiss-based employees have been confronted by bullying at work (also known as moral harassment or mobbing). survey – 2011


28% of women will experience sexual harassment at work during their working lifetimes.

Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs


26% of Swiss-based disabled workers reported being discriminated against at work

Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs



Through information and education about a plague that affects all types of workplaces.


Help individuals affected to quickly find the support best suited to their specific situation.


Proposing efficient solutions to protect human integrity in the workplace.

Demographic and cognitive characteristics such as age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, social class, health status, neurodiversity, etc, are some of the many aspects that make a person unique and can also make any individual become a target at anytime in their professionnal life.

The behaviour of individuals is influenced by cultural and educational conditioning, which lead to conscious and unconscious behaviours that can potentially end up with harassment and discrimination.

Coordinated and integrated actions are therefore necessary to tackle both consequences and root causes.

The conscious decision to consider our differences as a source of wealth. Ensuring employees are respected in all their differences and treated fairly, generates a sense of belonging and security that allows each individual to fulfil their potential and fully contribute to value creation which benefits the whole organization.

21 April 2021 – Le Temps
(click on the picture to read the article)


The term coined by the lawyer Kimberlé Crenshaw, helps highlight the lived experience of individuals who are impacted simultaneously and interactively by multiple forms of discrimination.

In these cases, it is imperative to take all the various aspects into account in order to understand the problem as a whole and to be able to provide effective answers.

This intersectional, holistic dimension, is at the heart of Rezalliance’s proposed approach to design relevant solutions to solve a problem that is far too complex to be analyzed from a sole angle.





We believe all organisations have a crucial role to play in the emergence of a more inclusive society. We come as an additional link in the social fabric, a link that employees and employers can rely on to turn a damaging experience into an opportunity for further development and growth.



 24.05.2022 : international DAY
against harassment and for inclusion in the world of work

click on the picture to view the launching video

Why does it make sense to establish this international day ? Who are the supporters?
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