Clear Picture: Harassment Training for Supervisors

Public Sector specific training to prevent harassing behavior.

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Clear Picture: Harassment Training for Supervisors workshop  uses the story of a news team that covers the story of the rise in harassment claims.  Law suits continue to rise containing complaints of harassment and discrimination in the workplace.  A Clear Picture: Harassment in the Public Sector program explains the laws pertaining to a hostile and harassment free work environment for all employees and what would be considered grounds for a complaint.  This program provides  a straight forward approach and also engages with a touch of humor. Perfect for an introduction or for refresher training for those employed in the Public Sector.

Training kit includes DVD (20 minute). The DVD contains the Spanish language version also. Printable Leader's Guide, PowerPoint Presentation plus employee handbook.  Additional handbooks for purchase in packs of 10.

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