In harassment lawsuits, courts will look at two key things to determine your organization’s liability: do you have an anti-harassment policy and did you train your employees? The Supreme Court says training is your most important “good faith effort” to avoid liability—and seven states (representing 20% of Americans) now actually REQUIRE this kind of annual anti-harassment training.
That’s why we created this special new webinar, which allows you to easily gather your non-supervisory employees to learn how to recognize, respond to and report unlawful harassing behavior in you workplace. The training course, led by dynamic trainer Dennis Davis, not only meets your organization’s compliance requirements, it will help create a culture of respect in your workplace.
This one-hour course is geared toward the non-management level. If you currently combine your training for managers and employees into one session, that’s a mistake. As SHRM advises, “Managers and rank-and-file employees need to be told different things during sexual harassment training, so keep their training separate.”