Handling Sexual Harassment Investigation DVDs & Videos
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About Handling Sexual Harassment Investigation
According to the EEOC, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute an immediate sexual harassment investigation. Sexual Harassment affects an individual's employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile or uncomfortable work environment. In 1964 the Civil Rights Act Title VII was created prohibiting sexual conduct in the workplace, even though the law provides a working definition for sexual harassment, it can still be hard to identify. If immediate action isn't taken and the situation is not resolved fairly, a company can face lawsuits and hefty fines. The company's reputation, business relationships and financial security could depend on how a manager or supervisor handles a sexual harassment incident. Preventing Sexual Harassment in the workplace starts with training. "Handling a Sexual Harassment Investigation" look at a company's legal responsibility to prevent and deal with sexual harassment incidents, examine policies and procedures that should be followed when investigating allegations of sexual harassment, and discuss how to interview apparent victims, alleged harassers and potential witnesses.
Related training topics that will work in conjunction with our Sexual Harassment Investigation Training: Workplace Harassment Training, Policy and Practice Training, Conflict Resolution, Workplace Violence Training