“Self-respect by definition is a confidence and pride in knowing that your behavior is both honorable and dignified. When you harass or vilify someone, you not only disrespect them, but yourself also. You respect yourself by respecting others.”
― Miya Yamanouchi, Author of Embrace Your Sexual Self
Sexual Harassment Video Training Programs
Media Partners offers sexual harassment videos, DVDs, and online sexual harassment training, which address this sensitive subject with practical strategies designed to raise awareness and reach understanding. Protect yourself, your employees, and your company by educating your people with award winning sexual harassment training videos and create a more respectful workplace in the process.
Over a year in the making, Media Partner’s latest film, Once & For All, helps organization move from #MeToo to a culture of #NotHere. It covers all types of sexual harassment. And, unlike “check the box” type compliance material, it engages learners through cinema-quality production and realistic scenarios. Comprehensive ancillary training materials reinforce key learning points and ensure legal definitions are covered. NY and CA Versions available.
A bold new approach to sexual harassment training that addresses the sexually-charged tension between our social lives and our work lives. Learn how to put your sexuality on hold while at work with this comprehensive training series.
Offering a two-part approach to sexual harassment training, this new program is strategically designed to fully engage learners. It presents a dramatization of workplace sexual harassment, the effects on all parties, and the consequences of a non-compliant culture.
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.
Covering full legal aspects, timely information on sexual harassment issues that stem from email or internet misuse and also covers verbal, non-verbal and physical harassment. Available as a Series, or choose either Manager or Employee modules to fullfil organization-wide sexual harassment training requirements.
"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.
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.
Make sure employees are well aware of the continuously evolving definition of sexual harassment. This program, revised for 2018, details sexual harassment in its current forms and explains the employee's role in preventing and addressing a hostile work environment.
Revised for 2018, this video shows managers what they need to know when sexual harassment occurs under their watch. Even minor problems can rise to the level of illegal harassment, so it's best that management does what it can to prevent sexual harassment and a hostile work environment before it starts.
Preventing sexual harassment is not just a job for management. Every employee is responsible for helping to prevent sexual harassment. This program reviews the tips and techniques that non-supervisory employees should know to prevent sexual harassment under California law.
It’s crucial that employers in California educate their managers on all aspects of harassment and discrimination law. The state of California has specific training guidelines that must be met or else you risk being in violation of the law. This program can help satisfy the requirements of the state.
The program explains the difference between quid pro quo and hostile work environment harassment, and the importance of good documentation to protect organizations and managers from legal liability. Also available is the California Edition which includes California legislation AB 1825 and AB 2053 training requirements for California managers and supervisors.
Designed to fulfill an employee’s training requirement for sexual harassment education, this program focuses on building awareness of the various forms of sexual harassment, how these behaviors can be perceived as unwelcome and unlawful behavior, and what employees can do to prevent sexually suggestive behavior in the workplace.
Designed to fulfill a manager’s training requirement for sexual harassment education, this program focuses on the importance of zero tolerance, setting the right example, handling sexual harassment complaints, and responding with timely and thorough investigations.
By viewing examples of harassing behavior and having its effects and ramifications explained to them in no uncertain terms, employees will come to understand that it is everyone's responsibility to keep the workplace free of sexual harassment.
There's more to harassment than just sex. What starts as under-the-radar harassment can evolve into discrimination when people are unaware of harassment's numerous ugly forms. This new release tackles harassment training using music, text and graphics to stimulate discussion.
With multiple settings, it would be hard to find a program more realistic in its examples and more probing of our preconceptions regarding what is and is not sexual harasment than He Said, She Said. Great for discussion, this sexual harassment training offers a wide range of industry settings and training modes.
This program is very clear about the problem of sexual harassment at work. It demonstrates 13 specific instances of sexual harassment in a healthcare environment and thoroughly explains how to avoid misunderstandings.
Belittling comments, criticism of work or questionable jokes may seem relatively harmless and sometimes get brushed off by business higher-ups as "kid's stuff." But the consequences of this harassing behavior to employees and even the bottom line are far from child's play.
Ensure that your people are compliant in creating a respectful work environment. Through this course, your employees will learn the various forms of harassment, understand their negative impact, apply preventive guidelines, and know appropriate response measures if they witness or become victims of harassment.
Sexual harassment at work can include unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other verbal or physical harassment behaviors of a sexual nature that affects a person's ability to perform their job. Prevention is the best tool to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace.
The "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™ Series gives managers and supervisors a basic foundation for legal compliance, in a straightforward and easy-to-remember way. Conversational and easy to use, the series covers Sexual Harassment, Diversity, Respect & Legal Compliance, Legal Interviewing, ADA, FMLA, and Discipline, Documentation & Termination.
The most publicized workplace sexual harassment allegations typically involve celebrities, but that does not mean it doesn’t happen every day – across all industries – to ordinary people. Despite its pervasiveness, many cases go unreported. Why? Because, among other reasons, people remain uncertain of what sexual harassment is and is not.
Touching on a wide variety of harassment and discrimination issues, this cost-effective and results-oriented 5-part, vignette-based training program educates your managers and employees about the characteristics and the benefits of a respectful work environment.
With information direct from the Supreme Court, this program revolves around SC rulings, training managers on the prevention and resolution of sexual harassment claims. Ultimately, it guides managers through the investigative process, including the interviews with the complainant, alleged harasser and the witnesses.
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.