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Sexual Harassment (HTML 5) Course

Every year, millions of dollars are spent defending sexual harassment lawsuits and paying damages and settlements. You should understand the kinds of conduct that can be considered harassment, the defenses available to the employer, how to prevent and punish harassing conduct, and how to document investigations and discipline. Duration: 26 minutes

Visited 535 times
$30.00
65349

Preventing Sexual Harassment on Campus (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to inform you about sexual harassment so you can help recognize and prevent it. By the end of this session, you should be able to, recognize sexual harassment on campus, differentiate between the two main kinds of harassment, understand the different laws governing harassment against other employees and students, report incidents and cooperate in investigations of sexual harassment, and help promote and maintain a productive work and educational environment for faculty, staff, and students. Duration: 18 minutes.

Visited 329 times
$23.00
58690

Stop Sexual Harassment for Supervisors - California Course

This course will take approximately 2 hours to complete. Updated with 2015 Abusive Conduct Laws and 2016 FEHA laws. Stop Sexual Harassment: Interactive Training for Supervisors explains the various forms of workplace sexual harassment, the consequences for both the employer and the supervisor, and how to identify and stop it. It features real-world scenarios, interactive quizzes, and commentary from engaging and authoritative employment law attorneys. Consequences of Harassment Case studies of devastating penalties and awards Overview of Harassment Law What Title VII of the Civil Rights Act really means Potential damages and risks supervisors run Your obligations under harassment law Hostile Work Environment What is hostile environment harassment? Supervisor's duty to protect employees from a harassing environment Are they really offended? Dangers of the Internet and e-mail Gender Harassment Supervisor isn't qualified to investigate, so he needs to go to HR Hostility based on sexual orientation Hostility based on transgender status Some states protect the transgendered Hostility based on a former relationship Quid Pro Quo Harassment What is quid pro quo harassment? Harassment by a Customer Duty to protect employees Relationship with a Subordinate Why having a relationship with a subordinate employee can be so legally treacherous Complaint Procedures and Investigations Why supervisors should never retaliate against an employee who complains of harassment What if the employee lies? Don't promise confidentiality to complaining employee Special Situation: When the Supervisor is Accused When the Supervisor is Accused of Harassment What supervisors should -- and most certainly shouldn't -- do when they are accused of harassment Why retaliation claims are so common when a supervisor is accused, and how to avoid them Cooperating with HR's investigation to resolve matters quickly and without massive workplace disruption

Visited 1,089 times
$30.00
32649

Stop Sexual Harassment - Training for Supervisors - California Course

This course will take approximately 2 hours to complete. Updated with 2015 Abusive Conduct Laws and 2016 FEHA laws. Stop Sexual Harassment: Interactive Training for Supervisors explains the various forms of workplace sexual harassment, the consequences for both the employer and the supervisor, and how to identify and stop it. It features real-world scenarios, interactive quizzes, and commentary from engaging and authoritative employment law attorneys. Consequences of Harassment Case studies of devastating penalties and awards Overview of Harassment Law What Title VII of the Civil Rights Act really means Potential damages and risks supervisors run Your obligations under harassment law Hostile Work Environment What is hostile environment harassment? Supervisor's duty to protect employees from a harassing environment Are they really offended? Dangers of the Internet and e-mail Gender Harassment Supervisor isn't qualified to investigate, so he needs to go to HR Hostility based on sexual orientation Hostility based on transgender status Some states protect the transgendered Hostility based on a former relationship Quid Pro Quo Harassment What is quid pro quo harassment? Harassment by a Customer Duty to protect employees Relationship with a Subordinate Why having a relationship with a subordinate employee can be so legally treacherous Complaint Procedures and Investigations Why supervisors should never retaliate against an employee who complains of harassment What if the employee lies? Don't promise confidentiality to complaining employee Special Situation: When the Supervisor is Accused When the Supervisor is Accused of Harassment What supervisors should -- and most certainly shouldn't -- do when they are accused of harassment Why retaliation claims are so common when a supervisor is accused, and how to avoid them Cooperating with HR's investigation to resolve matters quickly and without massive workplace disruption

Visited 2,039 times
$30.00
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Sexual Harassment -- What Supervisors Need to Know Course

This course will take approximately 26 minutes to complete. This training presentation will provide you with the information you need to know about sexual harassment in order to help us deal with incidents and prevent future problems. At the end of this session, you will be able to understand legal and policy requirements, recognize what constitutes illegal sexual harassment, handle complaints effectively, participate in investigations, take appropriate corrective action, and promote a comfortable, productive working environment.

Visited 1,972 times
$23.00
31324

Alto Acoso Sexual - Formación de los empleados (Stop Sexual Harassment - training for employees) Course

Ambiente de trabajo hostil frente a Quid Pro Quo * Ambiente de trabajo hostil contra acoso quid pro quo * ¿Qué es el acoso ambiente hostil? * Los peligros de la Internet y el correo electrónico. * 12 en el mundo real ejemplos de acoso hostil ambiente de trabajo, incluidas las normas sobre el contacto físico. * Hostilidad sobre la base de una relación anterior. El acoso de género * ¿Por qué las novatadas no se puede tolerar, y por qué no hay "igualdad de oportunidades" defensa de acoso. * Un empleado deber de cooperar con la investigación de recursos humanos. * Hostilidad basada en la orientación sexual. * El acoso por un cliente

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$30.00