2020 Update: Workplace Harassment & Abusive Conduct (Employee)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Ryan Wale

Price
$30.00

Description

The Workplace Harassment & Abusive Conduct course recognizes the changing dynamics in today's busy workplaces and illustrates very clear appropriate and inappropriate behaviors and how to address.  With a generous dose of creativity and animated scenarios, participants are challenged to consider the impact of their words, behaviors and relationships.  

The non-supervisor course is a shorter version of the supervisor course and contains all of its core content.   The shortened length meets New York city and state compliance requirements for non-supervisors.   The non-supervisor course takes approximately 1 hour to complete. 

The course focuses on basic content intended for all employees and includes an explanation of your organization’s harassment policy, LGBTQ+ harassment, sexual harassment, protected characteristics harassment, hostile workplace and how to stop prohibited behavior.  The Abusive Conduct module identifies the impacts of bullying, profanity and prohibited behaviors. A course knowledge check is included to ensure employees understanding.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate WHAC Employee

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2020 Update: Workplace Harassment & Abusive Conduct (Employee)
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Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
This was an excellent course & I learned a lot! Understanding nuance is important! Thank you!!
 
Added 3 months ago, by Niall
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
there was one point when I was interrupted and wanted to go back to a slide. I was unclear whether I could click the back arrow to go back a slide or if that would make me exit the module completely. Instructions could be clearer about this.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
The onus of forgiving and explaining was consistently placed on the people being harassed in the examples.
 
Added 5 months ago, by Clarissa
 
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