Sexual harassment is illegal in California and not tolerated in any workplace. It’s estimated that 50% of women and 20% of men have experienced sexual harassment at work. Sexual harassment can inflict serious damage on an organization’s productivity and morale. Managers named in sexual harassment complaints could lose their job, their reputation and even their career.
Managers are the single most important factor in preventing sexual harasssment in the workplace. When managers take prevention seriously, the occurence rate drops significantly.
This program will teach managers how to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. It reviews techniques that help identify potentially harmful interactions, teaches how to confront the problem, and how to structure the office environment to prevent sexual harassment.
Topics covered include:
A TABC release