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Sexual Harassment: Federal & California Law Info:
- Define sexual harassment.
- Compare the differences between “quid pro quo” and “hostile work environment” forms of sexual harassment.
- Describe the federal and California laws regarding sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Identify who is liable for sexual harassment.
- Explain the liability, including personal liability, that employees have in their role as supervisors.
- Discuss the rights of employees in reference to sexual harassment by both employees and non-employees.
- Discuss what employers should do to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Explain the role supervisors and managers have in preventing, recognizing, investigating, and taking corrective action concerning sexual harassment.
- List the characteristics of a good investigator of sexual harassment claims.
- Briefly describe the process of investigating a sexual harassment claim.
- Briefly summarize the federal and California sexual harassment policies, including complaint procedures, investigation procedures, and legal remedies.
- A. Pre-test
- B. AB 1825
- C. Introduction to Sexual Harassment
- 1. Definition
- 2. Quid Pro Quo/Hostile Work Environment
- D. Federal and California laws against sexual harassment
- E. Examples of sexual harassment behaviors
- 1. Verbal harassment
- 2. Physical harassment
- 3. Visual harassment
- 4. Sexual favors
- 5. Other sexual harassment
- F. Liability for sexual harassment
- G. Types of persons who sexually harass others
- 1. Supervisors
- 2. Co-workers
- 3. Nonemployees
- 4. Temporary agency staff
- 5. Other professionals
- A. Prevention and Compliance
- 1. Required posters and notices
- 2. Develop a sexual harassment policy
- 3. Train supervisors and other employees
- 4. Investigate and resolve all complaints
- B. Analyzing sexual harassment
- 1. Factors
- 2. Claims
- C. Key concepts for supervisors
- D. Investigations
- 1. Conducting investigations
- 2. What makes a good investigator
- 3. The investigative process
- E. Fact Sheet: Sexual harassment
- F. Abuse conduct
- 1. Definition
- G. Types of Bullying
- 1. Verbal
- 2. Physical
- 3. Social
- 4. Work interference
- H. Types of Bullying in the Workplace
- 1. Common targets
- 2. Factors that contribute to bullying
- 3. Preventing bullying
- I. Reporting Workplace Bullying
Online final exam
Sandi Flores, RN
Sandra Flores, RN is a respected educator, consultant, and published author for the Assisted Living industry. Sandi is past president of the American Assisted Living Nurses Association representing the organization in Washington, DC as a board member of the Center for Excellence in Assisted Living. She serves as a consultant on resident care with over 3000 beds under clinical management. She also provides expert witness for legal review to industry providers. As an educator, Sandi has instructed more than twenty thousand residential care administrators and caregivers throughout the western United States. Sandi also co-authors a monthly column in the magazine Geriatric Nursing.
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