Respect, Safety and Ethics: The Next Step in Harassment Avoidance - Employee Training
There are moments in American History where we have examined our attitudes towards fundamental things – civil rights, sexuality, equal pay, now we are facing the crucible of sexual harassment. You may think we are going through a “perfect storm” of Harassment in the workplace, but it is bigger than that. It appears to be fundamental climate change in how we handle power and ethics.
2018 promises to be a year of accusations and resignations – and this presentation will explain how we got here, what we should do, and what challenge is on the horizon once we work through these issues.
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Recognize the importance of ethics, hidden biases and power
Recognize what is, and what isn’t harassment
Identify characteristics of a safe and respectful work environment
Identify types of harassment behavior
Identify steps to transition your training model to get traction with modern audiences
Attitudes towards fundamental things – civil rights, sexuality, equal pay
Power and ethics
Level of harassment risk
Training model to get traction
Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: Basic
Designed For: Leadership teams; HR professionals
Course Producer: Business Learning Institute
Instructor Biography: Jennifer F. Elder, CPA, CMA, CIA, CFF, CGMA
Publication Year: 2018
Expiration Date: Course content is reviewed annually and revised with necessary changes or else the course is removed.