Give your employees the skills to identify and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.
Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Sexual harassment is common throughout the workplace. Your occupation, educational background, age, race, ethnic group, or income level does not make you immune to harassment. It can result in loss of productivity, poor performance, disruptive work environments, and loss of good employees and managers, plus sexual harassment is against the law and is a form of sex discrimination. This sexual harassment prevention course provides the information to educate workers on behaviors that could be considered sexual harassment in the workplace and to provide strategies for dealing with harassing behavior.
In a recent study by Louis Harris and Associates, 31% of the female workers and 7 % of male workers polled, reported they had been harassed at work. While the majority of reported cases of sexual harassment involve a male harassing a female, sexual harassment can also involve a female harassing a male or involve same sex harassment. 100% of women polled said the harasser was a man, 59% of men reported the harasser was a woman and 41% of men reported the harasser was another man.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
- Understand your rights and responsibilities when it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Recognize sexually harassing behaviors happening to you or others and report it internally.
- Recall and use strategies to prevent sexual harassment.
- Contact the appropriate federal agency to report sexual harassment happening to you.
- Introduction and Objectives
- Defining Sexual Harassment
- What the Laws Say
- Reporting Sexual Harassment
- Preventing Sexual Harassment
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