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More states are requiring employers to conduct sexual harassment prevention training; here are six ways companies are blowing it. According to the EEOC data released on March 10, 2009, more people experienced workplace discrimination last year than ever before. In fact, the economy has created a perfect storm for employment-related claims; massive layoffs cause hurt feelings and disgruntled former employees, increased stress tends to derail effective workplace communication, and recent research suggests that individuals really are less likely to hire women and minorities during tough times. So what are employers to do with this ...
of a sexual nature, or the unwelcome or inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favors. In some contexts or circumstances, sexual harassment may be illegal. It includes a range of behavior from seemingly mild transgressions and annoyances to actual sexual abuse or sexual assault . Sexual harassment is a form of illegal employment discrimination in many countries, and is a form of abuse ( sexual and psychological ) and bullying . For many businesses, preventing sexual harassment, and defending employees from sexual harassment charges, have become key goals of legal decision-making. In contrast, many scholars ...
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While work related sexual harassment is certainly not a recent problem, legal liability for it has only recently gained legislative attention. The first sexual harassment case under Title VII was decided in 1976. In 1991, Title VII was amended to allow victims of sexual harassment to recover damages under federal law. In 1993, a Supreme Court decision made it easier to adjudicate damage under this law. The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission states that all covered employers should provide sexual harassment training and several states have taken those guidelines to more specific extremes. California’s AB 1825 ... market research, surveys and trends
LearnKey Provides Low-Cost Solution for Sexual Harassment ...
LearnKey, a leader in self-paced online learning courseware, announced today the release of a two-part sexual harassment prevention training series to help businesses keep up with compliance initiatives and improve workplace environments. "Recent increases in employee harassment lawsuits and changes in employment law require a more consistent approach to prevention training for employees and supervisors," said LearnKey Marketing Vice President, Kevin Lewis. "Our online approach provides effective, trackable training across all levels." The series consists of two online courses: "Preventing Sexual ... market research, surveys and trends

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01.26.2006 - An ounce of prevention can avert a million-dollar lawsuit
Staff and academic supervisors and managers, including faculty, who missed the Dec. 31, 2005, deadline for state-mandated sexual-harassment-prevention education are encouraged to satisfy the two-hour requirement as soon as possible. According to the Campus Climate & Compliance Office (CCCO), 71 percent of the campus's 5,190 supervisors have successfully completed the training so far. "We are on a final push to meet 100-percent compliance," says Maria Lucero Padilla, CCCO's compliance-education coordinator. Supervisors can satisfy the state requirement by taking a web-based training, "Workplace ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NATO of CA/NV Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Seminar ...
ment on an $8 billion construction plan, and sales of new cars and trucks (a key indicator of the health of the economy) fell almost 20 percent in the third ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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HILLS v. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Plaintiff Joe Hills, the former State Printer with defendant Department of General Services (DGS), lost his job and sued the State of California, DGS, and the Office of State Publishing for racial discrimination. Hills claimed his termination, which followed four complaints of sexual harassment against him by subordinate employees, was motivated by racial animus. Hills appeals pro se following defendants' successful motion for summary judgment, arguing he can prove he was discriminated against on account of his race because "other [DGS] employees who were not in a protected class were not terminated when sexual ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
New Online Training Courses from BLR Show Employers How to Improve Employee ...
An organization sponsoring a wellness program will see an increase in productivity as the result of a decline in employee absenteeism and an improvement in employee morale as they demonstrate that their organization values the well-being of their employee Old Saybrook, CT (Vocus) July 19, 2010 BLR® – Business & Legal Resources the leading provider of employment, safety, and environmental compliance solutions, announced today the release of its new Wellness Library, available as part of its Web-based, on-demand training platform, the BLR Employee Training Center . The Wellness Library is the newest addition to the Employee ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA  STATE AND CONSUMER SERVICES AGENCY
Jul 18, 2007 ... discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment prevention training; b. responding to sexual harassment complaints or other discrimination ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
ED/OCR: Sexual Harassment: It's Not Academic Pamphlet.
prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment, in education programs and activities. All public and private education institutions that receive any federal funds must comply with Title IX . Title IX protects students from harassment connected to any of the academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs or activities of schools, regardless of the location. Title IX protects both male and female students from sexual harassment by any school employee, another student, or a non-employee third party. Preventing and remedying sexual harassment in schools is essential to ensure a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Human Resources Notice of Sexual Harassment Prevention Training ...
Notice of Sexual Harassment Prevention. Training Requirement. In keeping with state and federal laws and specifically the Governor's Executive Order ...
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What is the best low cost online system for delivering the ...
We current comply through a very manual administration and in person training process and would like to find a good low cost approach via an online tool. Please, no direct vendor contacts. I am simply exploring via LinkedIn at this stage. posted 1 month ago in Personnel Policies | Closed Share This Career & Business Strategist - Find Your Passion. Build Your Career. Live Fulfilled.(SM) see all my answers Best Answers in: Personnel Policies (1) This was selected as Best Answer Train Me Today, run by Jacquelyn Thorpe, can do this for around $20 per person, without your having to purchase any software. It can be delievered online. ...
Sexual Harassment: Wrongful Termination/Sexual Harassment, sexual ...
To set the stage, I was one of seven men working with 71 women. Most of the women frequently wore low cut blouses showing plenty of cleavage. Often when I would have to talk with one of these women, I would kneel down at their desk, so I would not be in a position to look down at their bare breasts. In a recent meeting, I was sitting next to a woman executive, S.S., who was wearing a very low cut blouse. Afterward, my boss, another woman who frequently wore low cut blouses, called me into her office. She was visibly upset about something that happened in the meeting. She thought I kept looking at S.S. and inferred I was looking ...