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Signs Your Office Could Benefit from Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

  • Exceeds all employer training requirements for New York & New York City harassment prevention laws
  • Formal or informal harassment complaints have been made
  • Insensitive comments or potentially offensive situations have been observed
  • Workplace communication & behavior has become too informal and could benefit from proactive sexual harassment prevention training
  • Productivity has decreased because of an uncomfortable or harassing work environment
  • The “old boy” network needs to update communication and behavior styles
  • Managers don’t know the working definitions of harassment and diversity training
  • Managers don’t know what constitutes an “uncomfortable or hostile work environment”
  • Managers need to understand when and how humor can go too far in the workplace
  • Managers are asking some potentially dangerous questions in the hiring process
  • Employees and managers may not follow company anti-harassment policies
  • CA AB 1825 sexual harassment training requirements need to be met
  • Employees and managers have not received sexual harassment prevention training

Training Solutions:

  • Build stronger working relationships through increased understanding fromsexual harassment prevention training
  • Improve productivity by providing a more comfortable working climate with sexual harassment prevention training
  • Communicate more professionally and effectively with co-workers
  • Reduce the instances of being misunderstood or misrepresented
  • Reduce the exposure to employment and labor law claims by documenting sexual harassment prevention training
  • Deal with cultural, generational, religious and other differences more sensitively
  • Learn communication skills that can eradicate harassment and discrimination before it begins
  • Sensitize employee awareness to colleague perceptions and perspectives through a sexual harassment prevention training
  • Address the most common causes of harassment and disrespect
  • Increase the employee’s understanding of their responsibilities and expectations of behavior
  • Identify and avoid risky work place conduct
  • Reinforce your company’s anti-harassment and discrimination policies
  • Meet and document CA AB 1825 sexual harassment prevention training requirements

Sexual Harassment PreventionTraining Course Outline:

I. Understand and reinforce the need for sexual harassment training

  1. Sexual harassment fact and figures
  2. Recent important court cases
  3. Identify the importance of sexual harassment training
  4. Develop and present course goals and objectives
  5. Participate in a sexual harassment IQ quiz
  6. Identify when and why the employer may be liable
  7. Understand where and why the individual supervisor may be liable

II. Identify and legally define discrimination and harassment

  1. Define and explain sexual discrimination
  2. Define and explain sexual harassment
  3. Define and explain pregnancy discrimination
  4. Define and explain quid pro quo sexual harassment
  5. Define and explain hostile environment harassment
  6. Participate in an exercise to identify 10 different patterns of harassment

III. Prevent harassment and discrimination

  1. Communicate and review company anti-harassment policies and procedures
  2. Learn the steps necessary to establish the correct workplace environment
  3. Learn how to legally and safely investigate sexual harassment complaints
  4. Learn what is required to protect against retaliation for filing a sexual harassment complaint
  5. Identifying where the employer may be liable

IV.   Understand different gender and cultural communication methods

  1. Identify and examine differences in Content, Style and Structure
  2. Compare & contrast the strengths/weaknesses of different communication methods
  3. See how humor can be perceived differently
  4. Overcoming the most common stereotypes
  5. Environmental differences between genders

V. Active and respectful communication skills

  1. Active listening
  2. Words and phrases that appear disrespectful
  3. Courteous and respectful words and phrases proper for business communication
  4. Courteous and respectful behavior in office and business settings

VI. Case study application, course review and examination

  1. Participate and correctly resolve 3 real-life sexual harassment case study applications
  2. Participate in a comprehensive course review
  3. Complete a comprehensive preventing sexual harassment examination


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