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For employers, prevention is the key to avoiding illegal harassment on the job, including sexual, racial, religious, ethnic, age, disability, and other types of harassment. This interactive, one-day workshop examines the legal and policy concerns related to this complex workplace issue. You will review and explore:
- Inappropriate behavior that leads to harassment
- Laws, agency interpretations, and court cases
- Strategies for preventing harassment
- Harassment at the individual, group, interpersonal, and organizational level
- How to detect and resolve problem situations to avoid complaints and lawsuits
- Options for devising preventive education and training
- What is unlawful harassment?
- The scope and range of inappropriate conduct
- Contrasting social with workplace behaviors
- Achieving mutual respect in the workplace
- Legal requirements
- Current federal, state, and local legal issues
- Current EEOC guidelines
- Understanding Supreme Court cases: Oncale, Ellerth, and Faragher
- The difference between sexual harassment and other types of illegal harassment
- Employer responsibilities and employee rights
- Aligning policies to your organization's mission
- Defining roles and responsibilities of managers
- Developing procedures that will work
- Collaborating with legal staff and supporting managers
- Overview of conducting investigations
- Addressing harassment
- Individual strategies for resolving conflict
- Taking appropriate action
- Avoiding retaliation
Who Will Benefit
HR, EEO, and AA professionals and specialists responsible for harassment prevention and training; persons accused of harassment; all employees
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