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Sexual harassment training helps management understand that preventing sexual harassment starts with them, and teaches them out to respond to a report and how to move on afterward. Now more than ever, news headlines report rampant, high-profile sexual harassment allegations almost daily. While employers are responsible for creating a safe work environment, for some there's a clear misunderstanding of what "safe" actually means. This online course helps management understand that sexual harassment prevention starts with them, and teaches them how to respond to a report and how to move on afterward. NOTE: The training provided by NHPA is meant to give you a convenient and affordable option for general sexual harassment prevention training. However, some states have specific requirements about the sexual harassment prevention training employers must provide their employees that may not be covered here. Refer to the attached document "HR Training Requirements" for a brief overview of requirements for specific states.  You may also refer to the JJ Keller website for further information.  The eLearning course covers the following topics: It Starts with YOU Responding to a Report Returning to Business as Usual Read More

Módulo 6 de prevención del acoso sexual: Responsabilidades adicionales de la gerencia La capacitación sobre acoso sexual ayuda a la gerencia a comprender que la prevención del acoso sexual comienza con ellos y les enseña a responder a una denuncia y cómo seguir adelante después. Ahora más que nunca, los titulares de las noticias informan sobre acusaciones de acoso sexual desenfrenadas y de alto perfil casi a diario. Si bien los empleadores son responsables de crear un entorno de trabajo seguro, para algunos existe un claro malentendido de lo que realmente significa "seguro". Este curso en línea ayuda a la gerencia a comprender que la prevención del acoso sexual comienza con ellos y les enseña cómo responder a una denuncia y cómo seguir adelante. El curso de eLearning cubre los siguientes temas: Empieza contigo Responder a un informe Regreso a los negocios como de costumbre Read More

Sexual harassment training helps learners identify and respond to sexual harassment in the retail industry. Nearly one in six charges of sexual harassment filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) comes from the retail industry, according to EEOC. Due to the public-facing and decentralized nature of the work, retail employees are uniquely vulnerable to sexual harassment. These experiences can take an emotional, psychological, and physical toll on employees, resulting in high turnover, low morale, and lost productivity. In addition, companies that fail to address claims of sexual harassment can suffer costly court cases, negative publicity, and reputation damage. There are multiple definitions of sexual harassment, and all of them contain a degree of subjectivity. Recognize that sexual harassment is not a black and white issue because it involves subjective experiences. This training session will help you identify behaviors that constitute sexual harassment and techniques you can use in response to those behaviors to help keep your workplace respectful and safe. This online course is designed to help identify and respond to sexual harassment in the retail industry. Specifically, this training will teach employees how to recognize illegal behavior from coworkers and customers, and how to respond in the unfortunate event that it does occur. NOTE: The training provided by NHPA is meant to give you a convenient and affordable option for general sexual harassment prevention training. However, some states have specific requirements about the sexual harassment prevention training employers must provide their employees that may not be covered here. Refer to the attached document "HR Training Requirements" for a brief overview of requirements for specific states.  You may also refer to the JJ Keller website for further information.  This online course helps learners understand what sexual harassment is, where it can happen, who it can happen to, and possible consequences for all involved. The eLearning course covers the following topics: It Can Happen Anywhere Possible relationships to those involved Examples of possible harassers Recognize Normalizing How normalizing presents itself in retail How to reduce normalizing How Can You Take Action? Bystander setup IDEA™ Anti-Harassment Actions Intervene Direct Elevate Approach Read More

Módulo de prevención del acoso sexual 7: Capacitación adicional para entornos minoristas La capacitación sobre acoso sexual ayuda a los estudiantes a identificar y responder al acoso sexual en la industria minorista. Casi uno de cada seis cargos de acoso sexual presentados ante la Comisión de Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo (EEOC) proviene de la industria minorista, según la EEOC. Debido a la naturaleza descentralizada y orientada al público del trabajo, los empleados minoristas son especialmente vulnerables al acoso sexual. Estas experiencias pueden tener un costo emocional, psicológico y físico en los empleados, lo que resulta en una alta rotación, baja moral y pérdida de productividad. Además, las empresas que no abordan las denuncias de acoso sexual pueden sufrir costosos casos judiciales, publicidad negativa y daños a la reputación. Existen múltiples definiciones de acoso sexual y todas contienen cierto grado de subjetividad. Reconozca que el acoso sexual no es un problema en blanco y negro porque involucra experiencias subjetivas. Esta sesión de capacitación lo ayudará a identificar comportamientos que constituyen acoso sexual y técnicas que puede utilizar en respuesta a esos comportamientos para ayudar a mantener su lugar de trabajo respetuoso y seguro. Este curso en línea está diseñado para ayudar a identificar y responder al acoso sexual en la industria minorista. Específicamente, esta capacitación enseñará a los empleados cómo reconocer el comportamiento ilegal de compañeros de trabajo y clientes, y cómo responder en el desafortunado caso de que ocurra. Este curso en línea ayuda a los alumnos a comprender qué es el acoso sexual, dónde puede suceder, a quién le puede suceder y las posibles consecuencias para todos los involucrados. El curso de eLearning cubre los siguientes temas: Puede suceder en cualquier lugar Posibles relaciones con los involucrados Ejemplos de posibles acosadores Reconocer la normalización Cómo se presenta la normalización en el comercio minorista Cómo reducir la normalización ¿Cómo puede actuar? Configuración de espectador Acciones contra el acoso de IDEA ™ Intervenir Directo Elevar Acercarse Read More

Helps employees learn how to deal with bullying and violence in the workplace. This course covers the following topics: What workplace bullying is The different forms of bullying and behaviors that are illegal The repercussions of "second hand bullying" How bullying can be prevented Actions employees can take when if they are a bullying victim or witness someone being bullied What workplace violence is, its causes and warning signs Actions employees can take to prepare for workplace violence The affect of domestic violence on the workplace Read More

Helps supervisors learn how to deal with bullying and violence in the workplace. People often equate “bullying” with children, believing that the burden of dealing with such torment disappears after one leaves school. But in reality, bullies can be found in any organization, regardless of size or industry. As an adult, expressions of anger or other inappropriate conduct should be addressed by the employer as a violation of workplace conduct rules. However, bullying may be subtler. If a pattern of behavior which humiliates or intimidates an employee or otherwise sabotages his or her performance develops, then you may have a bullying situation to deal with. This course is designed to help supervisors recognize, prevent, and resolve incidents of workplace bullying and violence at their organization. It will cover the following topics: Workplace Bullying Bullying & the Law Size of the Problem Warning Signs Workplace Conduct Taking Action Workplace Violence Introduction to Workplace Violence Minimizing Incidents of Workplace Violence Domestic Violence Working with HR Involving Human Resources Terminating an Employee Read More

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