Seminars and Courses
Work Place Anti Sexual Harassment Training
Engage with Real-World Sexual Harassment Scenarios
$300 PER Course
Non-Direct Sexual Harassment
Sometimes third parties who were not directly the target of sexual harassment may be able to bring a claim against the offender for work employment harassment due to the offender’s inappropriate actions. If the third party does not get a promotion she rightfully deserved because another employee submitted to sexual harassment and was promoted because of it, the third party has the right to lodge a complaint against the offender.
Sexual Harassment Retaliation
Retaliation is the most frequently alleged basis of sexual harassment claims in the federal and state sector and the most common discrimination finding in federal sector cases. W.B inclusion and Diversity works to address this issue in a classroom setting.
Workplace harassment is unwelcome conduct from a boss, coworker, group of coworkers, vendor, or customer whose actions, communication, or behavior mocks, demeans, puts down, disparages, or ridicules an employee. Physical assaults, threats, and intimidation are severe forms of harassment and bullying.
Types of Sexual Harassment
This type of sexual harassment occurs when a co-worker or supervisor in the workplace makes sexual advances or comments to an employee that, while not affecting promotions or the future of the employee’s job, makes the working environment of the employee offensive and hostel work environment.
Confronting Sexual Harassment in Schools
Confronting Sexual Harassment in School – What Every Student Needs to Know – Human Relations Media – 9-12 seminars and Multimedia Programs That Educate and Inspire high school students.
$500 PER Course
How to Deal With Sexual Harassment in School
Sexual harassment can take different forms depending on the harasser and the nature of the harassment. The conduct can be carried out by school employees, other students, and non-employee third parties, such as a visiting speaker. Both male and female students can be victims of sexual harassment, and the harasser and the victim can be of the same sex. Our seminar to the student body assists students on how to identify inappropriate behaviors and how to report it.
Sexual Harassment Training for Government Workers
Sexual harassment claims continue to cost employers hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars in settlements and verdicts. Even innocent-seeming repartee in the workplace can pose big risks. You will learn what sexual harassment is and why they should refrain from engaging in such conduct. When combined with firm policies and strong enforcement, this training can help employers reduce their risk of harassment lawsuits.
$450 PER Course
How to deal with Sexual Harassment
The definition of sexual harassment is unwelcome words or conduct of a sexual nature that have the purpose or effect of creating an embarrassing, hostile, humiliating or offensive environment for the victim. If you are a victim of sexual harassment, it is up to you to take the first action. You could be saving not only yourself from harassment, but others as well.
Sexual Harassment Reporting Guidelines
State agencies must adopt uniform policies on sexual harassment and provide worker training for supervisors and new employees. This course will inform state and local government employees on federal regulations to report incidents of Sexual harassment in the work place.