Preventing Harassment & Creating a Positive Workplace in Industrial Settings
Treating fellow employees with respect and understanding contributes to a productive and professional workplace. However, inappropriate comments, jokes, language, and photographs can undermine a positive work environment.
Every employee has a right to be free of harassment or sexual harassment in the workplace. This course demonstrates harassing behaviors, the right way to respond to those behaviors, the need to report harassment, and holds up a mirror so employees can evaluate their behaviors. This is an excellent way to educate yourself about rights and responsibilities to ensure a workplace free from harassment.
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- Workplace Harassment
- Sexual Harassment
- Responding to Harassment
- Preventing Harassment
AB 1825 And 1343
Every Two Years
Who Should Attend:
All Workers Employed In An Industrial Setting