Sexual Harassment
Unfortunately, sexual harassment continues to be a serious issue in many workplaces. See how online training can help you create a safer work environment for your employees.
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Know the Code: Sexual Harassment
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Sexual Harassment Prevention - Employees
Enspark Interactive
30 mins
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Course description Learn how to avoid sexual harassment in order to create a pleasant and professional work environment for you and all of your colleagues! Everyone should make sure that others feel safe at work. This course covers essential information about sexual harassment and through application exercises and a rich multimedia process, you will learn simple, and practical ways to avoid sexual harassment so that you and your colleagues will be comfortable and productive at work.    Time to complete 30 minutes
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Sexual Harassment Prevention - Managers
Enspark Interactive
40 mins
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Course Description Are you interested in understanding how to create a safe work environment where all of your employees can achieve their full potential? This course explains how to avoid sexual harassment in order to create a pleasant and professional workplace where everyone thrives! As a manager, you have the opportunity to help your employees understand how to avoid sexual harassment. In addition to learning essential information about sexual harassment, through application exercises and a rich multimedia process, you will learn simple, practical strategies to make sure all of your employees are comfortable and productive at work.   Time to complete 40 minutes
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Sexual Harassment Awareness for California Employees
UL PureSafety
1 hr
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Course OverviewSexual harassment is a serious issue facing employers. This course is designed to educate you about the State of California’s and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) definition of sexual harassment as well as to present information on identifying harassing behavior, avoiding harassment, and what steps to take should harassment issues arise involving the workplace. Topics in this course include: Definition, Guidelines, Confrontation, and Reporting Incidents. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize that harassment is a personal issue and that your definition of offensive behavior may differ from that of your coworkers. Learners will also be able to identify behaviors that are considered inappropriate and know how to avoid engaging in inappropriate behaviors. Course Objectives Recognize that harassment is a personal issue and that your definition of offensive behavior may differ from that of your coworkersIdentify behaviors that are considered inappropriate and know how to avoid engaging in inappropriate behaviorsIdentify ways to report harassment. Course Duration 60 minutes
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Preventing sexual harassment
Interaction Training
30 mins
A$60 + GSTor
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Our 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.
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Sexual Harassment
Kineo Learning
25 mins
A$38.50
Course OverviewThis course has been developed to provide the learner with an understanding of how to recognise and avoid behaviour that could be considered sexual harassment, and what to do if they are being subjected to or witness this type of behaviour. Target AudienceThe course has been designed to provide training for all employees in Australian organisations. Learning ObjectivesThis course will provide an understanding of:How to recognise and avoid behaviour that could be considered sexual harassmentWhat to do if you are being subjected to or witness this type of behaviour Duration25 Minutes
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The Importance of Sexual Harassment Policies in the Workplace
GO1 Resources
Sexual harassment continues to be an issue in Australian workplaces. In 2012, the Australian Human Rights Commission’s 2012 survey told us that 1 in 4 women (25%) and 1 in 6 men (16%) have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. In 2016, sadly, we are still seeing high figures of this form of harassment. Sexual […]
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Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers and Supervisors
Marcom Group
30 mins
$19.95or
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Course Description MARCOM's interactive course on Preventing Sexual Harassment... for Managers and Supervisors looks at behaviors and actions that can constitute sexual harassment, discusses why managers and supervisors must pay particular attention to what they say and do, and examines how to recognize sexual harassment in the workplace. Most managers and supervisors have heard about the fine and lawsuits brought against companies that ignore sexual harassment, but many do not know what constitutes harassment or what they should do if it occurs.   The course includes information on what constitutes sexual harassment, managers' and supervisors' responsibilities, recognizing and preventing sexual harassment, what to do if sexual harassment occurs and more. Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this course provides the most cost-effective safety and regulatory compliance training available today.  The course is divided into a number of logical sections so information is easily understood and retained.  Course Duration 30 minutes
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Handling A Sexual Harassment Investigation
Marcom Group
30 mins
$19.95or
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Course Description MARCOM's interactive course on Handling a Sexual Harassment Investigation looks at a company's legal responsibility to prevent and deal with sexual harassment incidents, examines policies and procedures that should be followed when investigating allegations of sexual harassment and discusses how to interview apparent victims, alleged harassers and potential witnesses. Recognizing sexual harassment is only half the battle.  If action isn't taken quickly, and the situation is not resolved fairly, a company can face lawsuits and hefty fines.   The course includes information on a company's legal responsibility regarding sexual harassment, conducting an ethical investigation, beginning the investigation process, documenting harassment allegations, interviewing alleged harassers and witnesses and more. Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this course provides the most cost-effective safety and regulatory compliance training available today.  The course is divided into a number of logical sections so information is easily understood... and retained. Course Duration 30 minutes
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Bullying and Harassment - Difficult People and Situations Series
Seven Dimensions
15 mins
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The Difficult People and Situations Series is a must for every business. With four dramatized case studies, this leadership skill straining will equip organizations with the tools required to handle any difficult scenario while growing successful, problem-solving teams. Informative, thought-provoking case studies and lessons presented in this training are intended for managers, teams and staff at all levels and will sharpen effective communication and leadership skills. Covers:Open communication, conflict resolution, and teamwork. Leadership, feedback and problem solving Diversity, bullying and sexual harassment Customer service, managing complaints and quality assuranceCourse OverviewBullying, harassment and especially sexual harassment is unacceptable in any workplace.But many people don't realize when the line is crossed. And what can someone do if they are bullied?These four outstanding dramatized case scenarios presented in Difficult People and Situations: Bullying & Harassment will provide triggers to help identify bullying and enable people to discuss strategies for reporting and overcoming it. Bullying and Harassment is part of the Difficult People and Situations Series.Case 1: Rachel and Mark - 5 minutes Mark is a senior consultant, but his manager makes him feel humiliated. He talks to his father but is reluctant to go to HR.Case 2: Mike and Judy - 2 minutes Judy is upset about the way Mike speaks to her. It is making her feel sick about work.Case 3: Kim and Jane - 2 minutes Kim and Jane are peers but Kim is making it awkward for Jane who likes to do her job well. Is this bullying?Case 4: Mike and Claire - 6 minutes Mike is Claire's boss and up until recently they often laughed and joked together. But now he has started asking her out, requesting her to stay back from work and even move her desk closer to his. Claire stands up to Mike but is unsure of the future.Key Learning Points Identify bullying behaviors Recognize sexual harassment early Discuss actions and consequences Discuss prevention strategiesTarget AudienceAll staff, Personal Use, ManagersLanguageEnglish Participants/TalentEve Ash
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