Sexual Harassment has been an unfortunate aspect of workplaces across the country - and incidents have often gone unreported. That's changing in the #MeToo generation as more workers are feeling empowered and informed about their rights and abilities to report harassment inside your organization. Is your business ready doing what it can to reduce the negative implications of sexual harassment at work? This course will help you take those all-important next best steps.
Think about this stat:
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a government agency responsible for processing the sexual harassment complaints that do get reported, says nearly one-third of the 90,000 complaints received in 2015 included a harassment allegation — but the agency notes that that number is far too low to reflect reality. They also estimate that 75 percent of all workplace harassment incidents go unreported altogether.
Do think, even for a second, that reporting sexual harassment to the EEOC will trickle off or stop? Absolutely not! Employees are empowered more than ever to seek remedies for neglectful leadership and recurring harassment. What better way to combat the chance of sexual harassment being reported at your organization than to reduce the chance that it even exists at all!
That is why you need to invest in the training you are previewing right now. By the end of it, you will feel more empowered to make the right call regarding sexual harassment policies at work and understand the liability and responsibility your business has to carry out successful reduction of harassment.
Here are Three Objectives for The Course (Run Time: 49:51):
- Establish Sense of Scale
- Establish Awareness (subtle/not-so-subtle examples of SH and SA)
- Establish Next Steps
Additional Bonus Content:
- A Sexual Harassment Quiz to Reinforce Learning
- A FREE Sample Sexual Harassment Policy
- Podcast and Video Interviews with Joey Price on preventing #MeToo
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who should attend take this course?
If you affect policy at your organization, you should take this course. We will unpack some of the nuances and challenges people face in addressing sexual harassment at work - and what to do about it. Consider investing in multiple licenses for your management team so everyone can be on the same page.
How long will I have access to this course?
Individuals who sign up for this course will have access to this course as long as it exists! That means you will be able to review material (and any updates) and engage with others in discussions in a safe, private space.
If I complete this course, will sexual harassment decrease at my office?
While this training is meant to decrease harassment at your office, the reality is that the task is a heavy lift. There is policy to create, corporate mindset to adopt, and behaviors to reward and reinforce. If you would like further assistance in developing sexual harassment policies that work, contact us today at www.jumpstart-hr.com.
About Your Trainers:
Janice Chaka, PHR, HRBP is a self-confessed introvert, accomplished HR professional and HR Consultant with Jumpstart:HR, LLC. She has cross-cultural and international experiences that, along with working with companies both large and small, have benefitted her with a unique perspective on applying human resources.
Joey Price is the CEO of Jumpstart:HR, LLC, a US-based HR Consulting and Outsourcing firm. He works as a strategic partner for organizations undergoing growth and provides insight and guidance on various Talent Management and HR Compliance issues. You can connect with him on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/joeyvprice and listen to his weekly podcast Business, Life, and Coffee on iTunes, Stitcher and at www.businesslifeandcoffee.com.