Harassment & Discrimination: How to Prevent & Respond to Employee Misconduct
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You'd think employees would have gotten the message about sexual harassment by now.
That's what HR directors believed at Novartis ($250 million class-action settlement), Ralph's Grocery ($30 million) and Chrysler ($21 million).
In 2013 alone, harassment cost U.S. companies more than $97 million in EEOC settlements—an all-time record. And employees are being harassed and bullied in new, high-tech ways through Twitter, email and texting.
The old HR rules for preventing and confronting harassment have changed … and your dusty old policies and procedures need to change with them.
Master the key components of an anti-harassment and discrimination program that sticks with employees … and is in full compliance with 2015 employment laws. Discover the necessary steps to review current policy in your organization and develop a program that will not only meet compliance requirements, but also change employees' behavior. You'll discover:
People learn at an early age to treat others with kindness and not discriminate. Yet every year, companies lose millions of dollars because employees forget those rules or, more accurately, aren't properly trained.
- What's considered unlawful "harassment” in today's workplace
- The components of a good anti-harassment and discrimination program—what to say, how to say it and when
- Creative games, videos and resources to incorporate into the training
- How to effectively communicate your policy and procedures (presentations, online, self-study, etc.)
- How to add pop culture into your training to make it fun and relevant
- How to get managers to take the training seriously—and to act
- How to evaluate your current program and delivery methods to improve your training ROI
- Answers to YOUR questions about training and eliminating the risk of harassment and discrimination lawsuits
Effective workplace training is interactive. It gets people talking and thinking. It focuses on stories and real-life examples. It uses English, not legalese.
Don't miss this important opportunity to learn how to protect your employees, your organization … and your career.
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