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Supervisory Training Preventing Sexual Harassment

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your employees will learn and apply the important skills of handling sexual harassment issues and complaints. This hands on seminar thoroughly addresses the elements of how to prevent unacceptable behavior . The seminar includes a detailed overview of what sexual harassment is, explains legal definitions, discusses sexual harassment prevention, and shows how to handle sexual harassment complaints and maintain a positive work environment. For more ...
which occurs in the workplace. Workplace aggression can include a wide range of behaviors, ranging from verbal acts (e.g., spreading rumors) to physical attacks (e.g., assault).
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Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training Laws In California ...
Though all states have laws prohibiting sexual harassment on the job, California, Connecticut, and Maine take the step from reactive to proactive by mandating sexual harassment training for supervisors to prevent sexual harassment before it begins. While the three states’ training measures are similar, there are also significant differences in the specifics. California’s mandatory sexual harassment law (AB 1825) provides detailed requirements for harassment training – requirements far more stringent than those of Connecticut and Maine. “AB 1825 calls us to a new level of accountability that will ... market research, surveys and trends
Understanding the Importance of Supervisory Sexual Harassment ...
M.A., SPHR and Author, was sent to me for my blog. And with the influx of Gen Y in the workplace, who are new to professional work environments, I thought it was important for HR execs to take a look at their current policies on this topic and consider some up-dated training now that so many new, young adults, are at work. Here’s what Mary shared about this important issue: Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious problem that affects many employees and organizations. Research indicates that 90 percent of the Fortune 500 companies have at one time or the other dealt with a complaint of sexual harassment and that ... market research, surveys and trends

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PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT: IT'S THE LAW IN CALIFORNIA
Prudent employers have trained managers and employees on preventing unlawful discrimination and harassment in the workplace for years. Such training helps employers avoid conflicts that result in litigation and can also help defend against lawsuits if they arise. 2005 Legal Requirements for Training This course of action has become a legal responsibility since Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 1825 on September 30, 2004. The bill requires employers of 50 or more (including temporary service ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Primer
Although businesses know it exists, they appear unsure of what to do about it. As a result, the specter of employer liability for sexual harassment continues to loom over the workplace. 7 Failure to adopt a pro-active and aggressive stance on this issue, how ever, can result not only in costly lawsuits, but also in a loss of employee morale, decline in productivity, and an erosion of a company's public image. 8 That businesses are still taking chances may reflect a failure to adequately consider the risks. This may prove costly because these risks have substantially increased in recent years. In 1991, Congress amended Title ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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When Schoolyard Bully Becomes Workplace Bully
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Preventing Sexual Harassment - Human Resources Notice of Sexual ...
training program called “Preventing Sexual Harassment. ... Select the appropriate training module for your position (faculty, supervisory, non- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet
explains what sexual harassment is under federal law and what it is not, the kinds of behavior that may be interpreted as sexual harassment in the workplace, how a workplace environment can become "sexually hostile," how to avoid sexual harassment of co-workers, how to deal with sexual harassment if it arises, and what to do if you become involved in a sexual harassment investigation. This publication was prepared by David Kadue, an attorney with the Los Angeles office of Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather & Geraldson. It is current through December 31, 2000; includes new standards established by the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Supervisor Training FAQ - UCSD :: Office Of Sexual Harassment ...
The most effective way to prevent sexual harassment is through education. The Office of Sexual Harassment Prevention & Policy (OSHPP) provides educational programs and information designed specifically for faculty, staff and students. The following links are provided to increase accessibility to this information for all members of the campus community. NOTE: Online program for supervisors will be available beginning February 5th, 2009. Mandatory Supervisor Training Frequently Asked Questions NOT FOR SUPERVISORS!! Non-Supervisory & Student - Preventing Sexual Harassment Online Program OSHPP's Sex in the Cinema Series OSHPP ...
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WikiAnswers - What are the current laws regulating employee email ...
The increased use of technology in the workplace has created new concerns for both employers and employees in the area of privacy.� The reasons for the vast expansion in the use of technology in the workplace are far from surprising.� Use of email and the Internet can immensely reduce operating costs through automation of human tasks, facilitate communication on innumerable levels, clearly increase efficiency in almost all tasks, allow for geographic and other business expansion, and less obviously, it can even reduce the amount of real estate and inventory that companies require. Susan E. Gindin, Guide to Email and Internet in ...
Complaints of Sexual Harassment - when is it appropriate to ...
Lance, that is a great topic to discuss with your employment lawyer. If a client were to ask me that question, I would probably answer as follows: There are two competing priorities that you need to take into account in deciding the employer's response. First, the employer doesn't want people who are experiencing unwelcome behavior to be discouraged from reporting it because they are concerned that if their allegations cannot be corroborated, they will be disciplined. Some complaints may result from honest misunderstandings, and in some cases the employer may simply be unable to corroborate the allegations due to the ...