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Sexual harassments is a profound betrayal of trust in the workplace. This results in fines, liability and a breakdown of cohesion in any workplace. Make sure your sexual harassment training meets industry standards and is reliable.
Guarantee Your Company is Compliant with New York’s Mandated Sexual Harassment Training
As you may already know, it matters very little where your company is geographically located, or even if it has multiple sites; there are now sexual harassment-prevention laws that must be followed. While you might argue that your state, or the state in which the company is headquartered, has no set policies around the issue, […]
How to Be Sure Your Company is in Line with Illinois Mandated Sexual Harassment Training
On a national basis, more and more companies are finding it necessary to implement workplace training designed to help supervisors and others recognize and halt sexual harassment. In many areas, it is not mandatory, but in some states, such as Illinois, harassment prevention has been voted into state law. And although sexual harassment training and […]
Guarantee You are in Compliance with California Mandated Sexual Harassment Training
It does not matter where your company is located, or even if it is spread out over several different states; there are now harassment-prevention rules that must be followed. While you might say that your state or the state in which the company is headquartered has no specific harassment prevention policies, you are responsible for […]
Ensure That Your Company Is in Line with Delaware Mandated Sexual Harassment Training
Sexual harassment training and the many legal requirements that employers must meet regarding it keep changing. Several states have seen rather radical updates to their state laws associated with training supervisory (and in some cases non-supervisory) employees, and Delaware is among them. However, it does not matter where your company is located, or even if […]
Harassment Training Still Needs to be a Priority, Even in the #MeToo Era
Years after the #MeToo movement got started, there are those who may be thinking to themselves, “Well, it’s nice to know that the whole sexual harassment situation is now taken care of.” But that kind of thinking can be a huge mistake. Social media movements can be surprisingly fickle, and all too often fade from […]
MeToo Movement Fallout: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
When the #MeToo movement began gathering steam two years ago after media reports about sexual harassment perpetrated by what felt like a truly alarming number of men in powerful positions, it was easy to think things would change for the better for women. There are always skeptics about the potential for any movement to achieve […]
Are these mistakes ruining your sexual harassment training?
The Importance of Sexual Harassment Training Sexual harassment training has such a negative connotation in the corporate world. It’s seen as outdated, unnecessary, ineffective and in some cases just plain offensive, but it’s also a necessity in today’s environment. Sexual harassment training can not just help you avoid costly lawsuits or penalties from the federal […]
Gender Equality in the Workplace Begins with Training
Just when many people thought the problems coming out of the Silicon Valley couldn’t get any worse, they did. Over the past week, two reports revealed just how deep the gender inequality problems are in California’s tech hub. Fortunately, everyone can do something to accelerate the rate of change, and it starts with training.
Suggested Training Videos for Bill O’Reilly and Fox Executives
As Bill O’Reilly’s high-profile sexual harassment case reveals, sexual harassment is still alive and well in the American workplace. Indeed, it even continues to be tolerated by many executives who would rather pay off victims (on the condition that they withdraw their complaints and remain silent) than fire high-profile employees. It appears sexual harassment training […]
The Rise of Same-Sex Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and What Employers Can Do About It
The Changing Face of Sexual Harassment Regardless of accuracy, in the past sexual harassment has largely been viewed through the lens of being a “women’s issue.” It seemed like primarily women came forward to address sexual harassment they’d experienced among their colleagues and bosses, and in many cases the accused harassers were men. Cases of […]