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Walking The Walk: Preventing Sexual And Other Forms Of Harassment In The Workplace

7 Lessons
23-31 Minutes
8 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


While harassment in all forms is a popular talking point, it is vital for employees to go beyond talking the talk and instead take action to prevent, mitigate, and report harassment incidents in the workplace. This course spotlights the situations in which an employee experiences harassment, sexual harassment or otherwise. Upon learning what harassment and a hostile work environment looks like, employees view actual scenarios illustrating various types of harassment – such as Quid Pro Quo and Third-Party harassment. Each of the topics in this course empower employees to recognize and respond to harassment properly, politely, productively, and effectively. Present this course so all employees fully understand what is meant by harassment, why and how it occurs, and what do about it, as a victim or a witness, when it happens.

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    Key Audience


    Employees at all levels throughout the organization

    Course Topics


    Introduction
    Hostile Work Environment
    Quid Pro Quo Harassment
    Third-Party Harassment: What Is It?
    The Active Bystander: How We Can Help
    Responding To Harassment: What To Do
    Practicing Civility

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    atsmwwps_vod

    Time

    23-31 Min
    Questions
    8

    Languages

    en

    video format

    HD

    captions

    Yes

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    7

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no