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Electronic Harassment is Still Harassment – Management Version Training Course

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Understand and prevent electronic harassment in the workplace, covering legal risks, policies, and proactive measures.

14 minutes   |   SKU: ABCELE-M    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2021








14 minutes

Training Objectives

Recognize legal risks and liabilities related to electronic harassment
Understand laws protecting employees and organizational policies
Identify different forms of electronic harassment and their impact
Learn how to respond effectively to electronic harassment incidents
Implement proactive measures to prevent electronic harassment
Foster a respectful workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion

Course Overview

The evolution of electronic communication has significantly transformed how we work, offering unprecedented efficiency and connectivity. However, with these advancements come legal risks that organizations must navigate, particularly concerning electronic harassment. This training is designed to delve into the legal liabilities associated with electronic communication in the workplace, equipping participants with a comprehensive understanding of potential pitfalls and how to mitigate them proactively.

Participants in this training will gain insight into the intricate web of laws safeguarding employees from electronic harassment. From understanding the nuances of legal definitions to identifying various forms of harassment, the course provides a solid foundation in compliance and ethical conduct. Moreover, it emphasizes the importance of creating and maintaining a workplace culture rooted in respect and inclusivity, highlighting the role of organizational policies in fostering a safe and productive environment.

The training doesn't just stop at awareness; it empowers individuals with actionable strategies to respond effectively to instances of electronic harassment. Through case studies, interactive scenarios, and best practices, participants will learn how to navigate sensitive situations, uphold employee rights, and uphold organizational standards of conduct. By the end of the training, attendees will be equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to proactively address electronic harassment and contribute to a workplace culture that prioritizes dignity and professionalism.

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What is electronic harassment, and why is it a concern in the workplace?

Electronic harassment involves using electronic devices to threaten, embarrass, intimidate, or harass others, creating legal risks and a hostile work environment.

What are some examples of electronic harassment covered in the training?

Examples include offensive messages, cyber-stalking, sexting demands, sharing private information, and creating hostile online environments.

How can managers respond to electronic harassment effectively?

Managers should follow established reporting procedures, investigate complaints thoroughly, document incidents, and take appropriate disciplinary actions.

Why is fostering a respectful workplace culture important in preventing electronic harassment?

A culture of respect promotes inclusivity, discourages harassment, and empowers employees to report incidents without fear of retaliation.

What are some proactive measures organizations can take to prevent electronic harassment?

Implementing clear policies, conducting regular training, promoting awareness, providing support services, and enforcing consequences for harassment perpetrators.

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