Managers & HR Pros: Here’s How To Cultivate a Fair, Inclusive Workplace Culture
Recognizing & Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Age of #MeToo. Sexual harassment is a critical compliance area for employers—not to mention a hot topic due to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. Managers of all types, as well as human resources professionals, are on the front lines of responsibility for creating and maintaining a workplace environment that does not invite or tolerate sexual harassment.
But knowing what behaviors qualify as sexual harassment isn’t always clear, notes Mary Gormandy White. Attend this 'Recognizing & Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Age of #MeToo' webinar to learn exactly what sexual harassment is—and isn’t—including how to identify perpetrators and victims. White will debunk common misconceptions about workplace harassment and provide practical tips to recognize and promptly address complaints.
After attending, you will understand the key factors that impact employer, manager, and employee liability and risk. And you’ll be prepared to respond appropriately to harassment complaints. Most importantly, you’ll be equipped to begin immediately to revamp your workplace culture to proactively avoid sexual harassment violations in the future.
This how-to session will teach you:
- What sexual harassment is and is not
- Who can commit and who can be a victim of sexual harassment
- Key factors that impact employer, manager, and employee liability and risk
- Practical tips for preventing sexual harassment in the workplace
- How to handle sexual harassment complaints
- How to cultivate and maintain a workplace where sexual harassment is not tolerated
Who Should Attend
This session is designed for executives, managers of all types, HR professionals, risk management professionals, employee relations professionals, and equal employment opportunity (EEO) officers.