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Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Course

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Course

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Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Course

1 Sessions -
2 Hours of Interactive Training

Sexual harassment hurts productivity, damages morale and costs employers millions of dollars a year! If an employer is aware of sexual harassment in the workplace, the employer becomes liable for the consequences. The Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace course from LearnKey includes interactive real world examples and assessments that demonstrate the law and examine your role, rights and responsibilities in dealing with sexual harassment. Learn how to develop and enforce a clear company policy that is in compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Benefits
  • Avoid costly litigations and loss in employee productivity.
  • Learn strategies for creating an effective company policy.
  • Prevent incidents of sexual harassment.

About The Author
D. Michael Reilly is a partner and co-chair of the Labor and Employment Department at Lane Powell. He concentrates his practice on employment litigation and advice, specializing in wrongful discharge, wage hour, ERISA, workplace violence, as well as race, sex, religion and disability claims. He has successfully tried over 20 jury trials, 35 arbitrations and numerous bench trials. Reilly is the author of "Handling Employment Liability Claims in Washington" (2d. Ed. 2001). His remarks on employment issues have been quoted in Newsweek, CFO.com and in professional journals and management publications.
Suzanne Michael is an attorney with the firm Lane Powell Spears Lubersky specializing in labor and employment law and litigation. She is a frequent speaker to legal education programs for lawyers and employers and has litigated many significant employment law issues on behalf of her clients, which have included some of the largest employers on the west coast. Michael works with corporations and non-profit organizations as a legal consultant, and is the author of numerous publications on trial tactics and employment issues. She is also an instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.

Session 1

Section A: Introduction

  • Welcome
  • Mandatory Training Requirements
  • Using this Program
  • Learning Objectives
  • Self-Assessment

Section B: Knowing the Law

  • Quick Facts
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title Vll)
  • Mistakes to Avoid
  • Meet the Characters
  • EEOC
  • Quid Pro Quo Harassment
  • Hostile Work Environment
  • Interactive Review

Section C: Knowing Your Rights and Responsibilities

  • The Problem of Sexual Harassment
  • Interactive Review
  • The Supervisor's Role
  • Employee Rights
  • Employer Responsibilities
  • Three Hostile Cases
  • E-Mail Use and Abuse
  • Employer Assessment

Section D: Developing and Enforcing a Policy

  • Sexual Harassment Policy
  • Policy Components
  • When to Take Action
  • Staying Alert for Harassment
  • Employer Assessment

Section E: Responding to Harassment

  • Preliminary Steps
  • Investigative Procedures
  • Fair Treatment
  • Resolving the Problem
  • Outcome
  • Interactive Review

Section F: Expert Tactics

  • Communication
  • Eye of the Beholder
  • Defining Harassment
  • Walking the Talk 24/7
  • Responding to Harassment
  • The Bottom Line

Section G: A Healthy and Productive Workplace

  • Suggestions for Success
  • Long-Term Costs of Harassment
  • Tips for Keeping It Positive
  • Final Assessment