AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK
43. Encourage your company to have a "Zero Tolerance for Hate" policy specifically referencing anti-Semitism and requesting that the reference be included wherever appropriate, e.g., core value documents, employee hand-books, public statements regarding tolerance and diversity.
44. Ask your human resources department to sponsor programs about anti-Semitism and other forms of hatred and to draw on resources such as ADL to provide material and/or conduct such programs.
45. Respond appropriately to anti-Semitism in the workplace. This can run the gamut from taking a friend aside and pointing out that she or he has inadvertently made an anti-Semitic remark or referenced an anti-Semitic stereotype to reporting ethnic intimidation or harassment.
46. Request permission to post notices of community meetings dealing with anti-Semitism and other forms of hatred.
47. Organize a group that meets regularly to talk about anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry.
48. Encourage your company to be a signatory to ads condemning anti-Semitism and to pursue other opportunities to be visible and vocal on the issue.
49. Participate, as a workplace, in a fundraising event to fight anti-Semitism. Donate the proceeds to a recognized group that pursues that mission.