Sexual Harassment Prevention:
A Training Class for Non-Supervisor Employees
This 75-minute training course will teach your non-supervisory employees:
The line between acceptable and unacceptable behavior.
In his dynamic style, Dennis will explain what’s illegal harassment in today’s workplace (both in-person and online). No legalese, just concrete advice.
How to recognize, respond to and report harassment.
Employees will learn how to make the right decisions if they experience or witness harassing behavior.
Added benefit: Simple training compliance for all 50 states.
Annual training is your best way to avoid liability—and this type of training is mandatory in several states.
Improve your culture—and check the box on this important compliance responsibility
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.
This new webinar recording 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.”
Agenda for Sexual Harassment Prevention
Gather your employees for this training session (or send them the recording) to learn:
- What is appropriate employee conduct in the workplace
- What rises to the legal level of unlawful sexual harassment (including practical examples)
- The different types of illegal harassment (hostile workplace and quid pro quo)
- Why e-harassment is a growing trend to be aware of (Zoom, email and other electronic communication)
- Possible penalties for harassers, from discipline to personal legal liability
- Practical ways for employees to protect themselves from harassment
- Why reporting of harassment is crucial—and how employees should do it
- Common employee FAQs about harassment
Dennis A. Davis, Ph.D., is the national director of client training for the Ogletree Deakins law firm. He is recognized nationally for his dynamic, engaging training sessions on harassment, conflict resolution and violence prevention. As Ogletree’s training director, Dennis develops training programs designed to minimize the risks associated with inappropriate employee behavior. Dennis spent more than 10 years consulting to law enforcement agencies, where he used his education in clinical psychology to teach willful compliance techniques.Dennis Davis Ogletree
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Professional Certification Credit Hours Included:
This program is valid for 1.25 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
We promise you'll be satisfied.
If Sexual Harassment Prevention fails to meet your needs in any way, we will refund every penny you paid – no hassles, no questions asked.