Avoiding Workplace Harassment, Participant Guide

The course educates staff about behavior that may be defined as workplace harassment, including sexual harassment and harassment on the basis of a person’s membership in a protected class. By the end of the course, staff should be able to monitor their own behavior and recognize when they or others are the target of workplace harassment. 

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Course Description

The course educates staff about behavior that may be defined as workplace harassment, including sexual harassment and harassment on the basis of a person’s membership in a protected class. By the end of the course, staff should be able to monitor their own behavior and recognize when they or others are the target of workplace harassment. The course explains the law behind workplace harassment, the benefits of legal compliance, the consequences of noncompliance, the importance of understanding the company’s harassment policy, and how to report a complaint without fear of retaliation.

 

Objectives

  • Recognize the Equal Employment Opportunity’s definitions of workplace harassment and sexual harassment.
  • Understand legislation that prohibits discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
  • Recognize unlawful acts of discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
  • Develop self-awareness about personal behaviors that may be construed as harassment.
  • Recognize behavior that is categorized as quid pro quo and hostile environment sexual harassment.
  • Recognize behavior that is non-sexual harassment resulting in a hostile environment.
  • Take appropriate actions if someone is a target of workplace harassment.

 

Course Outline

 

Part 1: What Is Workplace Harassment?

What Is Workplace Harassment?

Anti-discrimination Legislation

Types of Harassment

Elements of Harassment

Unwanted/Unwelcome Behavior

Sexual Harassment

Definition of Supervisor

Non-compliant Behavior

Third-party Sexual Harassment

Impact of Sexual Harassment

Non-Sexual Harassment

Employer’s Liability


Part 2: Responsibilities and Actions

Employer’s Responsibilities

Target’s Responsibilities

Manager’s Responsibilities

Accused Person’s Responsibilities

 

Part 3: Personal Attitudes

Attitudes about Diversity

Respect in the Workplace

 

Part 4: Workplace Harassment Examples

Quid Pro Quo

Hostile Environment



Click hereto purchase this guide in Spanish.

  • Format: Laser Printed
  • Paperback: Spiral-Bound
  • Pre/Post assessments may be purchased separately: Available on-line or hard copy
  • Instructor Set may be purchased separately: Set includes instructor guide, activities, handouts and full-color PowerPoint presentation
  • Participant Guide available in Spanish

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