November 30 @ 7:00 am - 9:30 am| Free
As we are closing in toward the end of the 2021 year, the SCCA C-TEC Program is providing Sexual Harassment Training here at the SCCA office.
This lesson informs management personnel (employers, managers, and supervisors) of the liabilities and consequences associated with sexual harassment and other types of harassment in the workplace. In addition to the content that all employees receive, the lesson covers topics such as the legal responsibility of supervisors to recognize all forms of sexual harassment and deal with issues quickly, how to respond to and report sexual harassment complaints, interviewing best practices as part of sexual or other harassment investigations, and the supervisor’s role in preventing sexual or other harassment. Etc.
This 2-hour training course will provide training in the following areas:
- Recognize what constitutes sexual harassment, its negative impacts, and the importance of having a sexual harassment policy.
- Define the terms gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, transgender, and gender stereotype.
- Identify physical, verbal, and displayed harassment examples, quid pro quo sexual harassment, electronic harassment, and abusive conduct.
- Identify who is liable in harassment situations.
- Recognize the actions an employee, a bystander, and a supervisor should take when harassment is observed and/or reported
- Recognize proper conduct and procedures for working on a harassment investigation, as well as protections that should implement during an investigation
- Identify expected responses and consequences after an investigation
- Recognize examples of retaliation due to complaints of harassment and discrimination
- Describe actions employees can take to help prevent harassment in the workplace
- Describe steps employees and management can take to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
- Quid Pro Quo
- Hostile or Intimidating Work Environment
- Intent vs Impact