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Once & For All: Stopping Sexual Harassment at Work

Posts Tagged ‘Harassment’

Understanding Different Types of Harassment in the Workplace

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

harassment/bullying imagePreventing and addressing harassment in the workplace is extremely important for any organization. Providing every employee with harassment training is a critical step to provide an effective, safe work environment. Training will help employees recognize and understand the different types of harassment in the workplace, and will also help them feel safe talking about any harassment they experience. Proper harassment training will better prepare your staff should a situation arise.

What are the different types of harassment in the workplace?

Harassment comes in many shapes and forms. Good harassment training will teach employees to recognize harassment based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, or religion, and also sexual harassment and bullying.

Here are just a few examples of how “harassment” can take different forms in the workplace.

Race: Employee makes racial slurs about Asian people within earshot of many people on her team.

Age:   Manager resists hiring young people because she feels they have too much of an entitlement attitude.

Gender:  Boss always assigns event planning to women because he feels women are generally better at “that kind of thing.”

Religion:  Employee hassles a co-worker whose faith prevents her from celebrating birthdays or holidays.

For more information on the differences between harassment and bullying, see this Handout on our blog.

Understanding what these different kinds of harassment look and sound like helps employees to be aware of how to recognize the signs, and what to do should they witness or become a victim of harassment.

How can you administer harassment training to your employees?

Not only do your employees need to be trained in harassment in the workplace, but your managers and supervisory staff do, as well. At CRM Learning, we offer a variety of harassment training videos.

Our programs offer numerous topics designed to fit your training needs, including videos on general harassment, sexual harassment, harassment training for managers, and building respect in the workplace. It is important to know the boundaries of acceptable behavior, and the legality of actions or words said in the workplace. Our training videos go over these subjects in great detail. The ultimate goal is to promote a harassment-free, respectful environment for your staff.

Harassment training is an important key to your employees’ knowledge and success at work. Visit our website to preview all of our harassment training videos that will better educate your employees.

For the latest in effective sexual harassment prevention training, watch our new training film, Once & For All: Stopping Sexual Harassment at Work. It’s available is various formats, including interactive eLearning. This program features cinema-quality production, masterful storytelling, modular content approach and much more. It is also great for NY, CA or other state-mandated training.

Harassment in the Workplace

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

Harassment in the WorkplaceHarassment in the workplace is a problem that many people face.  The line between proper behavior and harassment is one that is often crossed.

If and when any harassment is found, proper actions and consequences need to follow in order to enable other employees to feel safe. But in order for that to happen, it must be understood what proper behavior in a working environment is and what it is not.

Sexual harassment is one of the better-known forms of workplace harassment. It is one of what used to be just a handful of types of harassment dealt with by law. But as societal norms have evolved and new forms of interaction (like social media, for example) have been introduced, more behaviors are being recognized as harassment.

The video It’s Not Just About Sex Anymore is a training tool for learning about many forms of harassment and how to deal with them. Topics illustrated in this video include: (more…)

Differences Between Bullying and Harassment – Handout

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

It is important to clearly understand that 80% of the time, behavior that is considered bullying is NOT illegal. But even though legal action cannot be taken, bullying is a very serious issue and still requires action from employees who witness it or are victims.  If you are not clear where the line is between harassment and bullying, speaking up isn’t easy. Knowing where that line is begins by reviewing this handout. (more…)

Bullies at Work

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Workplace bullying is a growing international problem. It is more than a one-time incident. It is a pattern of behavior between a bully and another worker which can demoralize, isolate and trigger illness in the target of the bully. What is bullying? Who does it? Is it increasing? What can you do to protect yourself? And what can employers do to promote a safe environment for employees? This short article attempts to answer some of these key questions. (more…)


 

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