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.
- Explains the impacts of harassing or bullying behavior in creating a hostile workplace
- Describes the types of conduct that are considered offensive or unwelcome
- Includes practical examples of harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation
- Expands on the definition of abusive conduct and bullying behavior
Include employee education in your harassment prevention efforts
- Hourly Employees