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Workplace Harassment Prevention Training (Supervisors)

by CGA
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Online
2.50 Hrs
$50.00
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Module 1: Course Overview

  1. Welcome
  2. Why is Training Important
  3. Impact on victims and Employees
  4. Your Role as a Supervisor
    1. Recognize, Respond, Prevent
    2. Course Expectations
  5. Short-Assessment (5 Questions)

Module 2: Identifying Harassment

  1. State and Federal Laws
    1. EEOC (FED) -Title VII Civil Rights Act (1964)
    2. FDEH (CA) - Employment & Housing Act
    3. “Reasonable Person Standard”
  2. Types of Harassment Scenarios Activity (Disability age, medical conditions, nationality, race, religious, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity
  3. Summary of Types of Discrimination
  4. “Abusive Conduct” Defined
  5. Sexual Harassment Defined
  6. Types of Sexual Harassment
    1. Quid Pro Quo & Hostile Work Environment
    2. “Severe” or “Pervasive” conduct
    3. “Reasonable person standard”
  7. Quid Pro Quo & Hostile Work Environment Example – How Situation Can Escalate Activity
  8. Verbal and Non-Verbal Harassment and Behaviors
  9. Identify Type of Harassment Occurring Activity - (Verbal, Physical & Visual)

Module 3: Protections and Support

  1. Laws and Protections – Personal Level
  2. Legal Protections & Liability
    1. Who is protected? Who is held liable?
      1. Employers, supervisors, employees, 3rd parties
    2. Organizational Level
      1. “Strict liability“ defined
      2. Determine if Strict Liability Applies Activity – Read scenario, and make decision
      3. Pre-Complaint Process – Chain of Command
      4. Support – California contact DFEH
      5. Retaliation
      6. Open and Honest Communication – Speak Up

Module 4: Your Role as a Supervisor

  1. Take all Complaints Seriously
  2. Initial Complaint Process
    1. Initial Complaint Process Activity – Read scenario, choose best response to situation.
  3. Investigation & Findings
    1. Report to HR, Begin Investigation, Prep for Interviews, Interview Witnesses, and Interview Accused
    2. Investigation Process Activity – Read each scenario & choosing the Appropriate Steps.
  4. Investigation Follow – Up
    1. Follow Company Policy
    2. Practice Following Up with a Complainant Activity – Read scenario & choosing the Appropriate Action.
  5. When you are Accused? Assure that there will be thorough and fair investigation
  6. Branching Scenario Activity – Resolving Claim from Beginning to End

Module 5: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace

  1. Organizational Prevention Strategies
    1. Anti-Harassment Policy
    2. Relationship Reporting Policy
    3. Education – Sexual Harassment Training
    4. Harassment Prevention Plan
  2. Personal Prevention Strategies
    1. Awareness of actions and words
    2. Check with HR or Supervisor if unsure
  3. Interactive Map – Personal Prevention strategies
  4. Supervisor Strategies
    1. Supervisory Prevention Strategies
      1. Stay observant at work & speak up
      2. Be professional & cautious of romantic involvements – “consensual relationship agreements”
      3. Ask HR or other available supports
  5. Supervisory Prevention Strategies Activity – How to Prevent the Outcome? What could have been done to prevent the outcome
  6. Company Consultation Branching Activity – Creating a Harassment-free Workplace

Module 6: Course Wrap-Up   

  1. Revisit Self-Assessment
  2. Course Summary – Review Modules

Final Exam