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Sexual Harassment
Overview:

More than half of all workers have experienced sexual harassment on the job. The resulting cost to companies can be thousands or even millions-of dollars. This program provides practical guidelines to help organizations understand what sexual harassment is, how to handle it when it occurs, and how to avoid it in the first place.

Audience:

Managers or HR Professionals

Prerequisites

None.

Course duration:

Half day

Course outline:

1. What is sexual harassment?

  • A legal definition
  • Categories of sexual harassment
  • You be the judge
2. What do you do about it?
  • How to confront the harasser
  • Handling negative reactions from the harasser
  • Confrontation practice
  • Confronting the harasser in writing
  • Document the situation
  • Dealing with retaliation
  • Proving Retaliation
3. Conducting an investigation
  • The investigator’s role
  • The investigator’s responsibilities
  • If you witness harassment
  • If you hear about it
  • Steps of an investigation
  • Fact gathering
  • Written report
  • Resolution
4. If you’re the harasser/accused of being a harasser
  • A note on legal remedies
5. Preventing sexual harassment
  • Common sense
  • Written policy
  • Training
  • Prevention checklist

 
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