Sexual Harassment Awareness for Employees and Managers

Sexual Harassment Awareness for Employees and Managers

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Course Topics
  • Define sexual harassment.
  • List other protected classes that can be victims of discrimination who are protected by harassment laws.
  • Describe the purpose of harassment laws.
  • Determine which scenarios constitute harassment violations.
  • Demonstrate how to handle harassment scenarios.
  • Explain how to report a harassment issue or how to ask questions regarding potential harassment.
  • Explain the differences between mediation, grievances, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) processes.
  • Define retaliation after reporting harassment.
  • Describe employee rights related to harassment in the workplace.
  • Describe employee responsibilities to other employees related to harassment in the workplace.
Available Delivery Methods
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Course Overview

This Sexual Harassment for Employees and Managers training class teaches students their rights and responsibilities and helps them gain an overall awareness of sexual harassment issues in the workplace. Students will have the opportunity to assess different scenarios and learn how to take the appropriate actions to stop sexual harassment. Students will learn how to identify the various forms of harassment and the various ways to report or address a problem. This also includes protection against retaliation. The course covers important definitions and laws addressing workplace harassment and provides real-world situations.

Course Outline
  1. Harassment Laws
    1. What Is Sexual Harassment?
      1. Sexual Harassment Guidelines
      2. Main Categories of Sexual Harassment
    2. Other Forms of Harassment
      1. Offensive Actions
      2. Harassment Guidelines
    3. What the Law States
      1. Federal Laws
      2. State Laws
    4. Why Harassment Laws Were Created and Upheld
  2. Identifying Harassment
    1. Common Harassment Scenarios
  3. Reporting Harassment
    1. Who Do You Contact?
      1. As the Victim
      2. As a Witness
      3. As a Supervisor
    2. Grievances
    3. Mediation
      1. Four-phase Process Model
      2. Settlement Conference Model
    4. EEOC Processes
  4. Retaliation
    1. What Is Retaliation?
      1. Examples of Retaliation
    2. Protection Against Retaliation
      1. Tell the Retaliator to Stop
      2. Keep a Record
      3. Tell Someone
      4. Co-worker Responsibility
      5. Supervisor Responsibility
  5. Rights and Responsibilities
    1. Summary of Employee Rights
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

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