This session addresses the new guidelines and recent court decisions on harassment in the workplace.  Through a discussion of the nature of workplace harassment; a look at the data, roles of the organization, manager, and supervisor; and an examination of the behaviors, attitudes, and stereotypes that define the issues, participants will learn the effects their behavior can have on a work environment.

  

Behavioral Objectives

Participants will learn:

 

  • The history of the law
  • To identify forms of workplace harassment (bullying, sexual)
  • An understanding of the nature of the law and its cultural applications
  • To develop and initiate a complaint procedure
  • How a personal assessment relates to the law

 

Who Should Attend

All employees


Sample Activities

  • Pre-Test:  Quiz to introduce the topic
  • Just the Facts:  A look at the data
  • Court Cases:  Judicial standards
  • Post-Test:  Case studies and personal application


Materials

Assessments, handouts, and workbook

 

Delivery Options

Can be delivered one-on-one, in small groups, or as a half- or full-day workshop