160185 – Preventing Workplace Harassment: CA, CT, and Chicago Manager Edition
Buckle up and get ready for a road trip! Along the way, managers will learn how to recognize, prevent, respond to, and report behavior indicative of discrimination and harassment.
This 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. Managers are given clear direction on the importance of behaving professionally while on the job, including work interactions away from the office and online. Additionally, managers 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 quid pro quo). Managers 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 timed course is 2 hours long based on jurisdictional requirements.
Location: This course uses branching technology to deliver the appropriate jurisdiction-specific content to each California, Connecticut, or Chicago learner. It also includes the option to see Delaware (DE), Illinois (IL), Maine (ME), and/or New York (NY) content for any learners who also need content for those locations.
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