Sexual Harassment: Straight-Talk Compliance Solutions for Managers and Supervisors


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This program is part of The Employment Law Compliance Series for Managers & Supervisors.

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Sexual harassment happens in companies of every size and in every industry. In fact, surveys show that 40 to 50 percent of workers believe they’ve been sexually harassed on the job at least once. No matter how “nice” you think your workplace is, or how “professional” your colleagues are, there’s a good chance that sexual harassment, in some form, will eventually rear its ugly head.

That’s the bad news. The good news is that you can take preventative steps to stop harassment problems before they start. The ideas and information in this training program will help your managers and supervisors take immediate action to reduce the likelihood of sexual harassment incidents – and minimize the damage should a problem surface.

Sexual Harassment Problems Aren’t Going Away

Organizations everywhere have developed harassment policies and used training programs to increase awareness and educate workers about “acceptable standards of behavior.” After all this time, workers should know the rules and sexual harassment should be a problem of the past, right? 

Sexual harassment has NOT gone away. Working women and men are victimized every day and companies continue to find themselves embroiled in costly and time consuming lawsuits. And more often than not, the harassed employee’s manager or supervisor ends up in the middle. That’s why training is critical.

During this 38-min presentation, viewers will learn:

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This program is part of The Employment Law Compliance Series for Managers & Supervisors. Click here to see how you can get a discount when purchasing the series.

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