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Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors

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Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors

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LEAD305

This course will be discontinued effective October 1st, 2018. You will have until December 31st, 2018 to complete the course and print your certificate. The replacement course is located here.


Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors
Course Information:
  • Online Training Course
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  • Responsibilities of Supervisors in Ensuring a Safe and Productive Work Environment
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$19.99

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Course Description

This course teaches the importance of preventing sexual harassment in the workplace and the responsibilities of supervisors in ensuring a safe and productive work environment for all employees. The course covers specific regulations from both the federal and state level, with particular attention paid to California law.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this online activity, the participant should be able to: know the definition of sexual harassment; recognize the signs of potential sexual harassment; understand their legal responsibilities as a supervisor in preventing sexual harassment in the workplace; identify the potential impact of sexual harassment to themselves, the company, and to other employees; understand the steps to investigate claims of sexual harassment quickly and impartially; and provide resources for creating policies regarding preventing and investigating sexual harassment.

Course Outline

  • 1. Objectives
  • 2. Glossary
  • 3. Sexual Harassment – Definition
  • 3.1 – Who is protected?
  • 3.2 - Statistics
  • 4. Why prevent sexual harassment?
  • a. It’s the law
  • b. Creates a fair workplace
  • c. Protects both the employee and the company
  • 5. Consequences of sexual harassment
  • a. Effects on the victim
  • b. Effects on the alleged harasser
  • c. Effects on the company
  • 6. Employer Liability
  • a. Why an employer is liable in cases of sexual harassment
  • b. Reasons an employer could avoid liability
  • i. Harasser is not in a position of authority
  • ii. Employer did not know about harassment
  • iii. Existence of a sexual harassment prevention course at the company
  • iv. That the supervisor and employer took action once the harassment was reported
  • 7. Employer’s Obligations
  • a. Taking steps to prevent discrimination and harassment
  • b. Develop a sexual harassment prevention policy with systems for employees to file complaints and for management to investigate
  • c. Inform the complainant of their rights
  • 7.1 Inform Your Employees of Company Policy
  • d. Post the required posting. In CA, required to post…Dept. of Fair Employment and Housing employment poster
  • e. Distribute the information to employees as required by law. In CA, Sexual Harassment Brochure to all employees
  • f. Investigate the complaint, and inform complainant and alleged harasser of results of investigation
  • g. Resolve the complaint
  • h. Ensure all supervisors (in companies of more than 50 people) attend two hour mandatory sexual harassment training every two years, or as required by your specific state law
  • 8. Identifying Sexual Harassment - Scenarios
  • 9. Actions to take
  • 10. Filing a Complaint
  • 11. Investigating a Complaint
  • 12. Resolving a Complaint
  • a. Creating cooperative solutions
  • b. Documentation and record keeping
  • c. Follow up with parties involved
  • 13. Quiz
  • 14. Resources
  • 15. Questions/End slide


Instructor

Robert Simpson, Diane Marie O'Malley, Esq.

Robert Simpson has been a writer and editor for more than 30 years, with an extensive background in mass media and popular culture publishing. He has guest lectured on the publishing industry at New York University, consulted with industries in Japan and throughout Europe on topics of using mass media to reach new audiences, and worked with the National Epilepsy Foundation to organize National Epilepsy Month and with the United Nations and the World Health Organization to spearhead initiatives to bring immunization to children in emerging countries around the world through World Health Day. As an editor and literary agent he has worked with hundreds of authors and served as Editor-in-Chief at both Electronic Arts in the United States and Travian Games GmbH in Germany. A published author of several novels and short stories, he has worked on film, television, and publishing projects for companies including HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., The Walt Disney Company, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, the Institute for Professional Care Education, and many others.

Diane Marie O’Malley, Esq. is a lawyer and partner with Hanson Bridgett LLP in their Labor and Employment Section, specializing in representing employers in the senior housing and care, health care, and public transit industries. She has published articles on workplace and employer relations in several journals.

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Course Type Online Course

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors

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$19.99

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