BULLYING IN THE WORKPLACE
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Bullying in the Workplace
"How Was Your Day?" draws employees in AND GETS THEM TALKING ABOUT how to recognize and understand their workplace responsibilities in the areas of unconscious bias, diversity & inclusion, harassment and bullying.
Bullying in the workplace is four times more prevalent than illegal harassment. This program depicts bullying behavior using short vignettes to teach 4 keys to recognize, address and prevent bullying at work. A powerful tool for training on this important topic and fulfilling the AB2053 mandate.
This program helps employees understand how the effects of bullying on victims can manifest into very real physical and mental health issues. Prevent bullying and harassment from robbing the some of the brightest employees of a voice in the organization.
Unfortunately, Harassment and Bullying can occur in any organization. This program address these topics in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner so that the learner clearly understands the legal definitions of these issues as well as the impact on employees and organizations.
Fear, anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness… these feelings shouldn't be part of anyone's job description. But they can be common in workplaces where bullying exists. Learn how to spot these disruptive behaviors before they do irreparable harm to your organization.
The words "bullying" and "disruptive behavior" often make us think of how children sometimes act. But "grown-ups" who bully and engage in other forms of disruptive behavior on the job can interfere with the functioning of the workplace, disturb and threaten coworkers and even affect their health.
Every 7 minutes a child is being bullied on the playground. The noise of bullying echoes across our nation every day. The cries of victims fill the halls and school yards in every town. The goal of the bully is to take advantage of, and take control over, the victim.
Through the lens of real situations, this harassment video addresses a wide range of issues from gossip to sexual harassment and invites team members to make good choices at work. This best seller also polls viewer's opinions on the problems surrounding harassment and respect.
Challenge your employees by asking, "How will you personally respond next time you witness somebody being treated with disrespect?" In a powerful and compelling way, this follow-up to the best selling Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts motivates bystanders to use their voice to speak up for respect on behalf of someone else.
Unlawful retaliation amongst employees is a growing form of discrimination which often results in costly litigation, damaged reputations for organizations, and ruined careers. Cultivate integrity and prevent retaliation with this program.
One thing that we all have in common is the importance of inclusion and respect. The M.E.E.T. model is a practical tool to assist employees and organizations in managing diversity dynamics and creating a “respect-filled” and inclusive workplace.
In this updated edition for the ever-changing work environment, it's difficult to keep up with what behaviors are allowed and which can be considered harassment. This updated program brings greater awareness to the many types of harassment which can occur in the workplace. Use it with employees organization-wide for annual training or new employee orientation.
Managers are the first line of defense in dealing with harassment and discrimination issues. Because their actions—and inactions—directly represent the organization, they need to know how to prevent, rather than contribute, to lawsuits.
Harassing and bullying behaviors represent the epitome of a difficult situation for any organization. Teach staff and teams on any level that harassment will not be tolerated, and utilize this program as a tool to discuss actions and consequences as well as prevention strategies. With this training, employees will be able to recognize sexual harassment early, and know what to do should they witness or be the victims themselves of any unwarranted, harassing behaviors.