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Workplace Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors

Member price:

$119.00

Your price:

$ 199.00

5/27/2020
11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 2 hours

Presenter: Wendy Christie, Owner, EmployerESource.com

While sexual harassment prevention is everyone’s business, those in management have more responsibilities.  Not only can employers be held liable for harassment, but supervisors or agents can also be held personally liable.  One key way to avoid harassment and discrimination is to promote, discuss, and practice respectful professional behavior, including the basics of professional conduct and communications. This informative webinar will teach supervisors how to handle sexual harassment and hostile work environment issues and complaints, and review real-life scenarios of harassment and discrimination investigations. 

Supervisors will learn;

  • The illegality of sexual harassment
  • The definition of sexual harassment and hostile work environment
  • The description and types of sexual harassment and hostile work environment
  • The description of retaliation
  • Prevention and Correction of sexual harassment and hostile work environment

Wendy Christie Wendy Christie, owner of EmployerEsource.com, has over 20-years of experience in the area of employee relations. As a human resource consultant, she has helped countless companies develop legally compliant employee handbooks and documentation. All her working support considers business and industry specific considerations while including federal, state, and city laws. Wendy has authored several articles in several industries on hiring practices, embezzlement, legally compliant employment practices, and dress codes for today’s workplace culture. She has experience in multi-state employment laws, developing training materials for a variety of applications, and developing custom policy and procedures for small and large companies.

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