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Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors [US]

Sexual harassment and other forms of illegal discrimination are damaging to organizations, employees and society at large. This training will give employers and supervisors a greater understanding of harassment and illegal discrimination, how they can be prevented, and processes to follow when a complaint is made.
SKU: P0396EN
$15.00

This sexual harassment training course will give employers and supervisors a greater understanding of harassment and illegal discrimination, how they can be prevented, and processes to follow when a complaint is made.

The law defines harassment as disrespectful or unprofessional conduct, including disrespectful or unprofessional conduct based on any of the protected characteristics listed below. Harassment can be verbal (such as slurs, jokes, insults, epithets, gestures, or teasing), visual (such as the posting or distribution of offensive posters, symbols, cartoons, drawings, computer displays, or emails), or physical conduct (such as physically threatening another person, blocking someone’s way, making physical contact in an unwelcome manner, etc.).

Course Learning Objectives

  • Explain why it is important to maintain a mutually respectful and harassment-free workplace
  • Define illegal discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and retaliation, drawing on statutory and case law definitions
  • Recognize types of harassment and illegal discrimination and behaviors that may be considered abusive, inappropriate or unlawful
  • Utilize strategies to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
  • Identify the rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and employees in addressing and preventing workplace harassment
  • Recall (from your own experience) practical examples of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
  • Describe what to do if you experience, receive a complaint of, or observe inappropriate or unlawful behavior, including the role of confidentiality in the investigation
  • Understand the remedies available to victims
  • Identify abusive conduct and its effects on employees and employers

Course Outline

    1. Defining Harassment and Discrimination
    2. Laws and Regulations
    3. What is Sexual Harassment?
    4. Recognizing Harassment and Discrimination
    5. Accommodation and Retaliation
    6. Who is Responsible for Preventing Harassment?
    7. Handling Complaints

Course Audience

This Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors [US] online training course is designed for bank employees.

If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of online courses.

This sexual harassment training course will give employers and supervisors a greater understanding of harassment and illegal discrimination, how they can be prevented, and processes to follow when a complaint is made.

The law defines harassment as disrespectful or unprofessional conduct, including disrespectful or unprofessional conduct based on any of the protected characteristics listed below. Harassment can be verbal (such as slurs, jokes, insults, epithets, gestures, or teasing), visual (such as the posting or distribution of offensive posters, symbols, cartoons, drawings, computer displays, or emails), or physical conduct (such as physically threatening another person, blocking someone’s way, making physical contact in an unwelcome manner, etc.).

Course Learning Objectives

  • Explain why it is important to maintain a mutually respectful and harassment-free workplace
  • Define illegal discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and retaliation, drawing on statutory and case law definitions
  • Recognize types of harassment and illegal discrimination and behaviors that may be considered abusive, inappropriate or unlawful
  • Utilize strategies to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
  • Identify the rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and employees in addressing and preventing workplace harassment
  • Recall (from your own experience) practical examples of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
  • Describe what to do if you experience, receive a complaint of, or observe inappropriate or unlawful behavior, including the role of confidentiality in the investigation
  • Understand the remedies available to victims
  • Identify abusive conduct and its effects on employees and employers

Course Outline

    1. Defining Harassment and Discrimination
    2. Laws and Regulations
    3. What is Sexual Harassment?
    4. Recognizing Harassment and Discrimination
    5. Accommodation and Retaliation
    6. Who is Responsible for Preventing Harassment?
    7. Handling Complaints

Course Audience

This Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors [US] online training course is designed for bank employees.

If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of online courses.

Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length RangeOver 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)2.0
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits2.0
Module Number(s)40835EN
Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length RangeOver 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)2.0
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits2.0
Module Number(s)40835EN