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Global Workplace Harassment

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At a glance

Course Length
30 minutes* *Actual time to complete the course will vary on learning path and user results
Course Types
Full Length
Adaptive Learning
Category
Employment Law Training
Audience
Employees
Managers
Topics
Harassment and Discrimination
Workplace Equity, Inclusion & Culture
Format
Adaptive Learning

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Workplace harassment can happen anywhere. Although laws around the globe vary, conscious organizations make a strong effort to preserve a work atmosphere where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

Designed for companies with workforces around the world, Global Workplace Harassment speaks to employees at any organization in any location about creating a culture of respect and inclusion, free of unlawful discrimination and a variety of harassing behaviors.

Additional, manager-specific content is available that addresses their responsibilities for promoting a respectful workplace, properly handling concerns and preventing retaliation.

Organizations that hope to succeed on a global scale must create a culture of respect throughout all their teams in every location. A solid course on harassment prevention is a critical step.

Course Details

Employees & Managers

Key concepts covered in this course:

Employees:

  • Definition of harassment
  • Different types of harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • A list of personal characteristics protected by various laws
  • Where, when and ways harassment can happen
  • How to respond to harassment, support someone who is being harassed and report harassing behavior
  • The prohibition on retaliating against someone for reporting harassment
  • A reminder of an employee’s responsibility for preventing and responding to workplace harassment
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify

Managers:

  • Definition of harassment
  • Different types of harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • A list of personal characteristics protected by various laws
  • Where, when and ways harassment can happen
  • How to respond to harassment, support someone who is being harassed and report harassing behavior
  • The prohibition on retaliating against someone for reporting harassment
  • Leadership
  • Requirement to escalate any report of harassment
  • How to respond when an employee tells you they are being harassed
  • A reminder of an employee’s responsibility for preventing and responding to workplace harassment
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify