There is no workplace in Canada where sexual harassment is not against the law. Sexual harassment in the workplace can have significant and adverse impact on both the employer and employees: it can negatively affect productivity, morale, absenteeism and the general health and well-being of employees in the workplace.
Our Live Virtual Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training is a three (3) hour instructor-led information session presented using an online platform such as Zoom or Skype. Program content will bring awareness on key issues related to sexual harassment including behaviours that constitute sexual harassment and the adverse affect these behaviours can have on the person being harassed along with the impact on the workplace. The training agenda can be customized to meet the specific training needs of your organization.
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Our live virtual Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Workplace session covers:
- Understanding Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- Responsibilities and Liabilities – Employer & Employee
- The Workplace – Where is it?
- Definition of Sexual Harassment
- What is not sexual harassment
- Welcome vs. unwelcome behaviour
- Clear vs. unclear behaviour
- Types of Sexual Harassment and Examples
- Where do you Draw the Line?
- Point of View
- Bystander Intervention
- #MeToo Movement
- Understanding the Consequences
- Promoting a Respectful and Civil Workplace
- Personal Conduct Techniques
- Company Policy Review
**Managers Sexual Harassment Training includes:
- Building and Maintaining a Harassment-free Workplace
- Communication & Coaching for Leaders
The widespread problem of sexual violence and harassment in the workplace came under intense focus in October 2017 with the arrival of the social media movement, “#MeToo”, which arose in response to sexual misconduct allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein and many other famous male public figures in American entertainment and politics, including Louis C.K., Bill Cosby, and Al Franken. This movement spread rapidly beyond the United States, trending in at least 85 countries and brought awareness and a voice to those sexually harassed and/or assaulted. It has profoundly changed the ground rules of dealing with sexual harassment and violence, empowering women to speak up and no longer remain silent.
To book your training session or for more information on our Canada-wide Live Virtual Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training, call us at 1.888.552.1155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.