Respectful Workplace Training for Managers & Employees
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Creating a respectful workplace reduces sexual harassment, discrimination in workplace, a hostile work environment and retaliation issues, which are not only illegal, they can be symptoms of a larger problem. Our Respectful Workplace workshop starts with a discussion of the minimum requirements of anti-harassment and EEOC law, along with your organization’s policies preventing harassment at work on the basis of all the protected characteristics including sex, race, age, religion, national origin, disability, and sexual orientation. Going beyond this, we bring in your organizational values, as well as the values of the participants, to create a respectful workplace.
With our Respectful Workplace workshop, participants will learn:
- The causes of harassment, discrimination, retaliation and workplace bullying
- Why most harassment and disrespect are unintentional
- The legal definition of harassment, discrimination and retaliation
- Your organization’s policies and procedures
- How to apply the law and policy to specific case examples
- The manager’s duty to prevent harassment and abuse
- The manager’s duty upon receiving a complaint
- Legal remedies available to victims
- How to communicate boundaries and listen to others with respect
- Guidelines for creating a respectful workplace
Format: Our Respectful Workplace workshop is fully-interactive and can be customized for executives, managers, supervisors, and for employees.
Whether we’re discussing sexual harassment, discrimination, or retaliation, the training we provide is engaging and highly interactive. We use humor, stories, case studies, discussions and exercises to ensure learning and practical application. We also feature videos to demonstrate common aspects of harassment and disrespect in short vignettes, which in turn become the starting point for small group discussions and skill-building exercises.
Our attorney-trainers are skilled facilitators with years of experience in the courtroom and the classroom. They can answer all of your questions about maintaining a respectful workplace environment for everyone.
AB 1825 & AB 2053: Fair Measures, Inc. certifies that this program meets and exceeds the requirements of California harassment compliance including abusive conduct.