Harassment Prevention Essentials for Managers
Harassment is behavior that bullies, intimidates, embarrasses, coerces, or insults others. It comes in forms and it is always inappropriate and illegal. As a manager, you must be able to deal with complaints of harassment and help lead the fight against it. You have the responsibility and duty to address harassment in your workplace. Your status affords you this important responsibility, and it also makes you a role model for how others in your organization should act.
Anyone, from employees to outside third parties, may become victims of harassment or engage in harassing behaviors themselves. This course defines harassment and demonstrates how to identify it, understand its consequences, and fulfill your responsibilities as a manager to eliminate it. Utilize the information presented in this training lesson and help eliminate harassment in your company.
- Legal Definitions of Harassment
- Examples of Harassment
- Consequences of Harassment
- Management Responsibilities
AB 1825 And 1343
Every Two Years
Who Should Attend:
Managers And Supervisors