Bullying and Harassment
Bullying and Harassment
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Compliance - Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment
A$29.95The aim of this module is to provide you with an overview of behaviour that is considered bullying, harassment and sexual harassment. It also outlines what to do if you encounter bullying, harassment or sexual harassment.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Managers
A$45Harassment Free Culture is an interactive online training that was created in collaboration with senior managers, HR executives and attorneys from a cross section of Fortune 500 Companies. Fast-paced, entertaining, and to the point—improv actors portray office workers in common workplace situations, an attorney relates case law to topic areas, and HR Executives relate true stories of harassment situations and tell how the managers involved helped or hurt the outcome by their actions. Meets and exceeds California’s AB1825 mandate for harassment-prevention training. What am I going to get from this course? In addition to our 1.5 hours of video and audio, there is also an additional 0.5 hours of practical exercises to guide you through the material After this course, you will have met the legal requirements for completing Sexual Harassment training for managers. Areas covered in the training include: Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment Protected Classes Preventions Strategies Managers' Responsibilities Offsite and After Hours Conduct Sex and Romance in the Workplace Electronic Communications Retaliation The Cost of Harassment How to File a Complaint Employers' Obligation to Conduct an Investigation What is the target audience? Managers of People What are the requirements? None
Working with Aggressive People
A$180If you feel frustrated by the interactions with your co-workers or people outside your work, and you feel that you cannot fight daily aggressions, don't despair. Hostile and passive aggressors can be defeated. This course teaches you how to handle with success: verbal assailants, dirty diggers, hotheads, knowledge wardens, unresponsive aggressors, and wafflers both in the workplace and in your life. We are going to analyze together 6 types of aggressors to understand their characteristics and strategies to deal with aggressors. For each type we are going to practice coping and response strategies. The course includes video lectures, case studies, written materials and quizzes, and teaches you, in no more than 2 hours, 17 strategies to deal with the openly hostile and the sneaky passive aggressors. So, if you are looking to improve your working environment and your life by managing aggressors, this course is for you. What am I going to get from this course? After completing this course, you will be able to work with hostile-aggressive people: verbal assailants, dirty diggers and hotheads. After completing this topic, you will be able to work with passive-aggressive people: knowledge wardens, unresponsive aggressors and wafflers. What is the target audience? This course is for business and public relations professionals, managers and executives, but mainly for services and front-line workers. What are the requirements? Just enjoy the course. Nothing else is required.
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors (CA Law)
Among the matters employers must attend to, few are more important than preventing discrimination through sexual harassment. Whilst many people may think of sexual harassment purely in terms of unwanted sexual advances or touching, the behavior also encompasses inappropriate comments and gestures, and much more. The pervasive, subtle, and sometimes ambiguous nature of sexual harassment, as well as its potentially devastating effects, make employee education on the topic a fundamental obligation for employers. In America, employee training is also mandated by law, both on a federal and a state level. This course is intended to fulfill the requirements of California state law AB1825. Part of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, this legislation first became effective August 17, 2007 and mandates two hours of sexual harassment training annually for any employee who performs supervisory functions within a company of 50 employees or more. By the end of this modular course, you will understand: The legal and regulatory framework which provides protection from sexual harassment. The definition of sexual harassment and its various forms. Supervisor and employer obligations and liabilities regarding sexual harassment. How to handle the employee complaint process. The course is spread over three modules: Module 1 describes the legal and regulatory framework around sexual harassment. Module 2 explores the two main types of harassment, and considers the damaging effects. Module 3 lays out employer responsibilities and liabilities and describes the complaint process. Quiz questions are inserted into the course at regular intervals to test your knowledge of the key issues.
Know the Code: Sexual Harassment
Know the Code: Harassment in the Workplace
Bullying in the Workplace: What to Do?
Bullying has been around since time began, and more or less accepted as a part of the way things are. Only recently have its victims begun to speak out publicly. In the workplace, where power disparities are the norm, bullying is sometimes seen as unavoidable and is allowed to flourish unchecked. In many cases, victims are discouraged from even naming it. This two-module course describes the most common forms of bullying in the workplace and calculates its costs to victims and organizations; the motivations for bullying are also covered. Finally, the course offers strategies for dealing with workplace bullies. Each module concludes with a brief test-yourself quiz.
Preventing sexual harassment
A$60Our Code of Conduct underlines your legal right to live, work and study in an environment that is safe and free from discrimination, harassment and bullying. This course focuses on doing everything possible to prevent sexual harassment in our workplace and to ensure that any incidents that do occur are recognised, reported and appropriately dealt with.
Preventing workplace bullying
A$60In this course, we investigate the fundamental and legal right to work in an environment that is free of unlawful bullying. Workplace bullying occurs when an individual or a group of individuals repeatedly behaves unreasonably towards a worker or a group of workers of which the worker is a member at work and that behaviour creates a risk to health and safety.
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