Subtle Sexual Harassment for Management New Responsibilities
This training teaches managers how to help employees understand subtle sexual harassment. Not all sexual harassment is directed at a specific employee.
Examples include overhearing discussion of an offensive topic, inappropriate expectations, or allowing clients to harass employees. Managers learn how to handle different sexual harassment situations, as well as what their responsibilities are when such situations arise.
- Types of Harassment
- Polluting the Atmosphere
- Who Is Harassing Whom?
- A Change of Heart
- An Effective Harassment Policy
Who Should Attend:
Managers And Supervisors