Harassment prevention education that stops at managers is not sufficient in today’s complex work environments. Foster a positive, respectful workplace by teaching employees what behaviors are considered harassing, the impact of harassment on the rest of the team, and what to do if they experience or observe harassment. Encourage a harassment-free work environment by teaching employees how to identify retaliation and how to intervene as a bystander.
- Explains the impact harassing or bullying behavior has on creating a hostile workplace
- Identifies the types of conduct that are considered offensive or unwelcome and includes practical examples of harassment
- Expands on the definition of abusive conduct and bullying behavior
- Describes conduct of a sexual nature, sexual harassment circumstances and sex discrimination
Foster a positive, harassment-free workplace for all
- Hourly Employees