What is Considered Workplace Harassment

This 2 minutes safety training video covers: What constitute workplace harassment, how to identify workplace harassment, what are the remarks of harassment, what is workplace harassment, what is the difference between harassment and discrimination, what are the effects of workplace harassment. This clip was taken from a full-length training video. Click here to watch the 17 minutes full length version.

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Atlantic Training's Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities Training DVD program discusses the various types of harassment that are found in the workplace, how they can affect an employee's work situation and what employees themselves can do to help prevent workplace harassment. Topics covered in these products include:

Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities Training DVD Covers:

  • What is Considered Workplace Harassment
  • The nature of workplace harassment.
  • How to recognize various types of harassment.
  • How to handle verbal abuse and threats.
  • The many forms sexual harassment can take.
  • How to recognize the many variations of "assault".
  • Knowing what to do, and what not to do, when confronted with a stalker.
  • How fostering a positive workplace environment can increase productivity and safety.
  • ...and more.
  • Click here to watch a FREE full-length 17 minutes preview.

Video Transcript

Most people are familiar with the idea that harassment is when someone openly bully, threatens or even terrorizes another person but harassment doesn’t have to be that obvious, harassment is often settled and doesn’t have to be done in purpose. Sometimes our actions are harmless or even helpful to other person. Harassing conducts includes abusive words or phrases, slurs or negative stereotyping, threatening, intimidating or hostile acts; put-down jokes and written or graphic material that shows hostility to individual or group. Harassment is when people are treated inappropriately because they belong to a protected group. Discrimination based on a person’s race, color, religion, sex or national origin, other federal and state laws protect people on the basis of things such as age, disability or sexual orientation.