Introduction to Sexual Harassment for Supervisors and Managers (Industrial Setting)
Unless you have taken all reasonable steps to prevent Sexual Harassment you may become personally liable for the acts of your employees. Consequently you must ensure that your workplace develops a workplace culture that has a zero tolerance to sexual harassment.
Duty of Care is a producer of training programs in the areas of sexual harassment, discrimination, workplace bullying and related areas.
The Duty of Care training programs provide a step-by-step approach for all business on the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace.
The Duty of Care Sexual Harassment Series outlines the responsibilities of employers and employees, supervisors/managers, contractors, the corporate boardroom and the business owner in maintaining a workplace free of sexual harassment.
Learn about the nature of sexual harassment offences, the steps to take to avoid illegal behaviour, the correct procedure for dealing with sexual harassment and how to develop a company policy that makes clear the rights and responsibilities of both management and employees.
These programs provide an essential training resource for your workplace. For greater impact and relevance to your employees this program is available in either an ‘office’ or an ‘industrial’ version – please click on the link at the bottom of this page to select the office version
Supervisors & Managers will learn:
- How is sexual harassment is defined?
- Management authority & control.
- Examples of sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Who is involved in sexual harassment?
- How to know when sexual harassment exists.
- Roles and responsibilities.
- Liability issues.
- What action to take.
- How to maintain a “sexual harassment free” workplace.
When you purchase a DVD you will also receive a sample Workplace Sexual Harassment Policy plus concise Employee Training Notes summarising key points.
Price: £247.50 + carriage + VAT