Harassment: Prevention Essentials

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Harassment: Prevention Essentials

Targeted Learning Reinforcement Assessments Included

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It only takes one harassment claim to negatively impact a company’s financials, as well as their company image. A single employee harassment claim made public can permanently damage a company’s reputation in an instant, not to mention it could drive them into bankruptcy.

This Harassment Prevention Essentials training course covers pertinent information about what harassment is and how to prevent it. This easy-to-understand course provides employees with definitions, specific examples, and tips, that provides enough key information to maintain a respectful and legally compliant workplace.

This course includes important nuances of legal compliance, with examples of nonsexual quid pro quo harassment as well as easily recognizable illegal behaviors and infractions of standard organization policies.

Employees will be shown the “reasonable person standard,” and the need to communicate harassment issues in a respectful way. Religious, transgender, bullying, and online harassment are some of the up-to-date topics covered. Employees will also learn commonsense guidance for

Sexual harassment claims in the workplace have risen in the year since the start of #MeToo era.

According to preliminary data released Thursday (Oct. 4) from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission the number of sexual harassment claims filed with the agency increased by 12 percent this fiscal year compared to 2017.

Last year the agency, which is in charge of enforcing civil rights laws against workplace discrimination, said it filed 66 harassment lawsuits, including 41 that included allegations of sexual harassment. This more than a 50 percent increase in the number of lawsuits challenging sexual harassment in the workplace. The agency said in a press release that they managed to recover nearly $70 million for the victims of sexual harassment through litigation and administrative enforcement this year up from $47.5 million the year before.

  • Legal definitions of harassment and how to communicate them to employees
  • Best methods for developing and implementing a highly effective employee harassment prevention policy and procedure system
  • Who is legally protected and why
  • Examples of harassment and abusive conduct to create awareness and behavior shift
  • Consequences of harassment to the employees, owners and the company
  • Appropriate responses to harassment situations

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