Preventing Sexual Harassment: When Policy Is Not Enough
This workshop will focus on the EEOC’s definition of sexual harassment, terms, and concepts, perceptions, third-party claims, associated behaviors, responsibilities, and responses to sexual harassment. This workshop will also facilitate discussions on how sexual harassment can have various meaning and impact based on a person’s culture, gender, and ethnicity. Additionally, this workshop will address the importance of building mutual respect and productive relationships in the workplace. In the final segments of the training, participants will review and discuss various scenarios to reinforce learning as well as learn strategies for the prevention of sexual harassment and avenues for redress when their actions did not cease the behaviors of the perpetrator. Participants will receive a certificate after completion of the workshop.
A. Learn and understand EEOC’s definition of sexual harassment
B. Discuss laws, regulations, and guidelines that governs sexual harassment
C. Learn the impact of perceptions/culture/gender
D. Learn the terms and concepts
E. Discuss third-party claims
F. Identify the associated behaviors
G. Learn strategies for prevention
June 18, 2020 10:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.
Standard Rate: $65.00 per participant
On-line training: Link to session sent via email to all registered participants 1-hour prior to start of session