160140 – Preventing Workplace Harassment and Violence: Canada Edition
Preventing Workplace Harassment: Canada Edition provides employees and managers with the knowledge and best practices to recognize, prevent, and report behaviour indicative of harassment and violence.
The course covers what constitutes harassment, including the role played by unconscious bias, as well as who can be a harasser and where harassment can take place. Employees are given clear direction on the importance of behaving professionally while on the job, including work interactions away from the office and online.
Additionally, employees learn to identify harassment based on protected characteristics (race, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex, and other characteristics), and the forms sexual harassment can take (hostile environment and abuse of authority). Additionally, the course recognize red flags associated with various types of workplace violence and covers ways to respond to these situations. Learners also receive instruction on preventing workplace bullying and engaging in bystander intervention. The course concludes with sections on reporting in good faith and non-retaliation.
This course has an additional category for managers, which focuses on preventing and responding to harassment and violence. In particular, the category emphasizes the importance of educating employees, monitoring the work environment, and leading by example. It also provides direction on responding to reports of harassment and violence in accordance with organizational policy.
This course presents materials in a new and engaging way, and includes new, immersive activities and scenario layouts for a more dynamic learner experience.
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