Workplace Harassment

Welcome to the Workplace Harassment workshop. Workplace Harassment can be based on a variety of factors that differ from the one doing the harassment, such as race, sex and disability.

THREE MAIN ACTIONS CONSTITUTE HARASSMENT:
1. When someone is doing something to you to make you uneasy
2. When someone is saying something to you to make you feel uneasy
3. When someone knowingly puts your life at risk in some way

This course will give you the tools necessary to recognize harassment in the workplace as well understand your rights and responsibilities under the law, with regard to safety in the workplace.

Call toll free 1 (877) 477-3250 to book this workshop.

Workplace Harassment :

Module One: Getting Started
Icebreaker
Ground rules
The parking lot
Workshop objectives
Action plans and evaluation forms
Module Two: The Background
The Law
Identifying Harassment
Anti-Harassment Policies
Module Three: Developing an Anti-Harassment Policy
An Anti-Harassment Policy: What Should Be Covered
How Model Policies Work
Steps to a Healthy Work Place
Educating Employees
Module Four: Policies in the Workplace
Anti-Harassment Policy Statements
Employee’s Rights and Responsibilities
Employer’s Rights and Responsibilities
Module Five: Proper Procedures in the Workplace
If You are Being Harassed
If You are Accused of Harassing
The Investigation
Remedies
Module Six: False Allegations
How to Address the Situation
Confidentiality
Monitoring the Situation
Retaliation
Appeals
Module Seven: Other Options
Union Grievance Procedures
Mediation: Getting Help from Outside Organization
Module Eight: Sexual Harassment
Defining Sexual Harassment
Elements of Harassment
Common Scenarios
Module Nine: Mediation
What is Mediation
Deciding if it is Right
How to Implement
Module Ten: Conflict Resolution
How to Resolve the Situation
Seeing Both Sides
Deciding the Consequence
Module Eleven: The Aftermath
How to Move On
Monitoring the Situation
Learning from Mistakes
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise
Review of Parking Lot
Lessons Learned
Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations

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