Respect, Safety and Ethics – The Next Step in Harassment Avoidance – Executive Briefing

Description

Rather than a compliance lecture based on fear, this presentation is designed to help supervisors and employees gain a better understanding of ethical behaviors, and what harassment is (and isn’t) so that individual behaviors align with organizational values and provide a safe and respectful environment.

This presentation drives positive behavioral change and emphasizes active learning.

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Learning Objectives

* Recognize what harassment is and its effect on behaviors in the workplace
* Recall legal history and compliance
* Identify how to reduce risk of improper behaviors
* Recognize the ethics of proper behavior beyond just the law
* Implement steps for raising an issue or concern, including the process within Human Resources
* Identify investigation requirements, remedies, and Company policy
* Assess diversity, inclusion and the modern workforce

Major Topics

* Avoiding potential future issues and providing an environment for a high performing workforce
* Harassment, bullying and respect for the individual
* Ethics and diversity and their effect on behaviors in the workplace
* Legal history and compliance
* Beyond the law – expectations
* Raising concern and the process with Human Resources
* Investigation requirements and remedies and company policy
* Confidentiality
* Hidden biases and the ethics of proper behavior
* Diversity and inclusion
* Discuss case examples

Provider
Business Learning Institute
Course Level
TBD
CPE Field of Study
Behavioral Ethics
2
Who Should Attend
Supervisors and employees who want to gain a better understanding of ethical behaviors
Instructor(s)
Jennifer Elder Karl Ahlrichs
Location
Online Course
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When
Jan 25, 2019
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Total CPE Credits
2.00
Format
Webcast
Instructors
Multiple

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Respect, Safety and Ethics – The Next Step in Harassment Avoidance – Executive Briefing


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