Respect at the Work and Harassment Prevention – an AB1825/SB1343 compliant training
We’re living in a new workplace – a post-Harvey Weinstein world that exploded into the #MeToo movement, racing across social media and highlighting the variety of harassment that occurs in the workplace, revealing incidents that victims (women and men) have dealt with for years, and learning about the impact of those actions on our workplace and in our communities.
As a result of the massive media coverage, workers are more aware of the issue, but often aren’t quite sure about what to do. We answer the questions that the supervisory workforce has: What is inappropriate? How do we stop harassment and disrespect from occurring? How do we reassure our employees that they do not need to fear losing their job when they speak up?
Our Respect at Work and Harassment Prevention Training:
· Assists employers in identifying and then changing workplace behaviors that create or contribute to harassment and/or discrimination;
· Provides leaders with the skills they need to model respect and to intervene when they observe disrespectful or abusive behavior; and
· Gives supervisors the tools to prevent and effectively respond to incidents of sexual harassment and discrimination.
Using significant court cases and real life examples, this interactive training has been instrumental in educating, preventing and correcting harassment in workplaces throughout Southern California. Participants will receive a Certificate of Training completion.