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Sexual Harassment Prevention Workshop

Learn how to keep your organization free of sexual misconduct and harassment

Today’s news is overflowing with allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment across a wide range of industries and professions. Even the suggestion of such behavior can have far-reaching consequences—and many harassment situations have damaging and sometimes disastrous implications for both individuals and businesses. Attend this one-day course to help educate and prepare yourself and your team to prevent and address such occurrences in your organization.

Seminar Number: 08860

  • In a Classroom
  • Your Company Location

Course Scheduling & Pricing

Who Should Attend

Managers who need to ensure that their teams understand what constitutes inappropriate behavior at work, as well as their responsibilities in maintaining a harassment-free workplace.

  •   Classroom1 Day(s)
    0.6 CEU, 6 PHR, 6 SPHR
 

Today’s news is overflowing with allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment across a wide range of industries and professions. Even the suggestion of such behavior can have far-reaching consequences—and many harassment situations have damaging and sometimes disastrous implications for both individuals and businesses. Attend this one-day course to help educate and prepare yourself and your team to prevent and address such occurrences in your organization.

  • Define different forms of sexual harassment
  • Recognize a range of behaviors that courts define as inappropriate in the workplace
  • Know and describe your company’s policy regarding sexual harassment
  • Learn how to avoid management and company liability
  • Define the internal/external reporting process
  • Undertake education and policy development to improve your work environment
  • Learning when liability attaches
  • Defining when a defense is available
  • Recognizing improper management responses to sexual harassment
  • Defining retaliation and accountability
  • Identifying appropriate responses to an incident of sexual harassment
  • Describing ways to stop future harassment
  • Analyzing your company’s policy on harassment

Learning Objectives

  • Define Sexual Harassment
    • Recognize Different Forms of Sexual Harassment
    • Recognize a Range of Behaviors the Courts Have Determined to Be Inappropriate in the Workplace
  • Describe Your Company’s Policy Regarding Sexual Harassment and Reporting Procedures
    • Identify How Liability for Management Can Attach and Ways to Help Prevent Company Liability
    • State the Internal/External Reporting Process
  • Recognize How a Manager Can Improve the Work Environment Through Education and Policy Development and Make Employees Feel More Comfortable

What Is Sexual Harassment and How Is It Defined?

  • Define Sexual Harassment
  • Identify Distinct Forms of Sexual Harassment
  • Analyze Harassment Cases

Bullying

  • Define Bullying
  • Describe the Bully
  • Understand the Target or Victim
  • List the Impact of Bullying
  • Recognize Examples of Bullying at Work
  • Identify What to Do If You Are Bullied

Harassment and Gender Identity

  • Define the Term Transgender
  • Review the History of Transgender Legislation
  • Examine the Impact of Transgender Harassment
  • Outline the Steps to Take If You Are a Victim

Manager Responsibilities

  • Identify When Liability Attaches
  • Define When a Defense Is Available
  • Describe What an Employer Can Do to Prevent Liability
  • Recognize Improper Management Responses to Sexual Harassment
  • Define Retaliation
  • Describe Accountability

Manager’s Action Plan

  • Describe Appropriate Responses to an Incident of Sexual Harassment
  • Identify Ways to Stop Future Harassment
  • Analyze Your Company’s Policy on Harassment

HRCI. The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

American Management Association is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.

Classroom Schedule

3 Sessions Available

  • $1,245.00 Non Members
  • $1,095.00 AMA Members
  • $1,037.00 GSA
Date Duration State City Zip
  2019-12-11 2019-12-11 Dec 11, 2019 1 Days GA Atlanta 30309-7705 Atlanta Register Now

  2020-05-01 2020-05-01 May 1, 2020 1 Days IL Chicago 60601 Chicago Register Now

  2020-08-19 2020-08-19 Aug 19, 2020 1 Days DC Arlington/Washington 22202-4807 Arlington/Washington Register Now

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