Harassment A New Look Industrial Version


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Harassment A New Look Industrial Version training program to alert employees to the new forms of harassment through bullying, digital harassment with sexting, pictures, inappropriate humor and age discrimination. Training to ensure that employees not recognize these behaviors but what they can do to avoid these threatening behaviors. Compliant with AB1825/1253



Key Training Points:
  • understanding of Quid Pro Quo
  • what constitutes a hostile environment
  • tangible employment action
  • the reasonable person standard
  • how employees can and should respond to harassment

Training Options:
  • DVD (21 minutes) with comprehensive facilitator's Guide and Power Point Presentation
  • Digital Streaming License available. Call us to setup this option

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