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.

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
Basic
Professional Area of Focus
Ethics
CPE Field of Study
Behavioral Ethics
2.0
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
Jul 22, 2019
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Total CPE Credits
2.0
Format
Webcast
Instructors
Multiple

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


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