Harassment training is not required in every state, but it is a necessity for organizations who want to foster safe, respectful, welcoming, and inclusive workplace cultures, and who want to avoid costly and tedious lawsuits. When harassment, bullying, and retaliation is not dealt with it can have damaging effects to workers’ productivity, performance, engagement, creativity, and health/wellness. Recent statistics show that 54% of workers have experienced some form of sexual harassment in the workplace. Moreover, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports that the majority of workers (up to 94%) who experience sexual harassment in the workplace do not report it. Providing training and education for people leaders and staff is an important step in the right direction to ensuring that everyone complies with federal laws that govern harassment, but more importantly, that they understand their role in contributing to a more inclusive, welcoming, and high performing workplace culture.
In this course, Dr. Davis will highlight the federal laws that govern harassment in the workplace. She will discuss the various forms of harassment and identify what constitutes harassing behaviors. This course will underpin the importance of acting respectfully toward all coworkers, whether they're located in the next office or on the other side of the globe. Throughout the course, Dr. Davis will share real life stories, lessons learned, and relevant strategies that will drive home the basic principles for promoting a professional, welcoming, and harassment-free workplace.
- Assess your knowledge of what is harassment.
- Explain the statutory regulations and legal background of harassment.
- Define the forms of harassment and what constitutes harassing behaviors.
- Identify the effects that harassment has inside the workplace.
- Discuss your leadership role in preventing harassment/ discrimination in the workplace.
- Review workplace scenarios and the appropriate actions.
- Identify strategies for leading a culture transformation that results in a more inclusive, welcoming, and respectful workplace.
We find that the educational process is enhanced through interactive learning. Throughout the course Dr. Davis engages participants in their learning process through worksheets, handouts, and quizzes.
Are you looking for a more personalized harassment program? We offer the option to customize this course with your organization's branding and a personalized video from your CEO. Three year licensing options are also available for housing on your company's learning management system (LMS).
Certificate of Completion
Who doesn't want to be awarded for their success? Upon successful completion of the 17 modules and a passing grade on the final quiz, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Dr. Shirley Davis and SDS Global Enterprises, Inc. have passed the rigorous scrutiny of both the The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and has earned their Approved Preferred Provider Certification. This important certification means that SDS Global Enterprises’ programs meet the standards and requirements of the HR profession’s Body of SHRM Competencies and Knowledge instituted by SHRM and HRCI’s strict guidelines for offering HR education. Therefore, SHRM’s Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI’s continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and Certificates of Completion for programs provided by SDS Global Enterprises may be awarded.
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“Thank you for providing this important culture setting tool. I am a new company and so glad to have this as a resource. ”
“Great session! I've already recommended it to some coworkers. ”
- Intro and Overview
- 02_Assess Your Knowledge
- Harassment Quiz
- Current Climate
- Current Climate Worksheet
- My Story and Why Victims Don't Speak Out
- Why Victims Don't Speak Worksheet
- Federal Regulations
- Harassment Laws
- Definitions of Harassment
- Four Types of Harassment
- Four Types of Harassment Worksheet
- More Facts About Harassment
- How to Handle Complaints
- Investigating Complaints
- Handling Claims Worksheet
- Your Responsibilities
- Your Responsibilities
- Key Points to Remember When Investigating
- Intro to Culture
- Culture Transformation Part 1
- Culture Transformation Part 2
- Case Studies
- Case Study A
- Case Study B
- Case Study C
- Summary and Takeaways
- Final Completion Quiz
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