Sense and Sensibility: Harassment Training

We assume that our employees understand what is and what is not acceptable in the workplace regarding sexual harassment and other types of harassing behavior. But we also know how unwise it is to assume. The first harassment claim always takes us by surprise. And even the most positive work cultures with the highest of missions and values still can hire an employee or work with a client or vendor who harasses one of our employees.

One of the best legal protections an organization can have is to train their employees on how not to harass and what to do if you’ve been harassed. In today’s litigious society, it’s not enough to merely

    
have an anti-harassment policy.One of the best legal protections an organization can have is to train their employees on how not to harass and what to do if you’ve been harassed. In today’s litigious society, it’s not enough to merely have an anti-harassment policy.

But if you thought that harassment training had to be BORING, think again! Arlene adds humor, stories, games and songs to her harassment training. You and your staff will remember the importance of the message and walking away having enjoyed the training!

Participants Will Learn How To


Your company's harassment policy

Recognizing sensitivity levels

Creating workplace culture of respect

Sexual harassment legal definitions
Harassment examples
Hostile environment/Quid pro quo
Other prohibited harassment
Who to contact regarding concerns
Participating in an investigation
Employee and management responsibilities

Who Should Attend

Supervisors and Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Business Owners and everyone in your organization responsible for supervising your people.

Program Format

This program is available as a:

2 Hour Training
1 Hour Training


Our training typically begins with two-hour training sessions for all managers and supervisors. They should understand your policy and harassment concepts and be able to ask questions and learn separately from their employees. This also allows them to answer employee questions after the employees experience their training.

To discuss how to create the right programs to meet and exceed your needs, contact Arlene at 952-996-0975 or e-mail: Arlene@HRxcellence.com.


Contact Arlene: 952-996-0975  Arlene@HRxcellence.com
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