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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

Substance Abuse Training for Employees is an informative and interactive course designed to help your employees understand the issue of substance abuse in the workplace, how your company's substance abuse policy affects your employees, as well as their role in complying with that policy. Read More

Substance abuse in the workplace is a serious issue. It places a major burden on all segments of American society, including the workplace. Drug and alcohol abuse adversely affects morale and productivity on the job and can endanger both the abuser and his or her coworkers. Employers have enormous potential to protect their businesses from the negative impact of substance abuse by educating employees and encouraging individuals with substance abuse problems to seek help. This course is designed to help supervisors learn about the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace, and understand their role as supervisors in enforcing their company's substance abuse policy. Outline: Substance Abuse & the Workplace Substance Abuse Employee Performance Advantages of an Alcohol- & Drug-free Workplace Substance Abuse Policy Purpose of the Policy Elements of the Policy Enforcement Reasonable Suspicion of Substance Abuse Signs of Substance Abuse Documenting Your Suspicions Confronting an Employee Testing 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

Workplace safety is a shared responsibility between employers and their employees. Under the General Duty Clause, (Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act of 1970,) OSHA requires the employer to provide a safe environment for their employees. However, each employee needs to be aware of the potential hazards they may be exposed to, take action to avoid or eliminate them, and report hazards/unsafe conditions as they arise. This program is designed to provide learners with a high-level overview of a number of workplace safety tips & safety topics. Specifically, it covers an introduction to generic safe work practices. This course covers the following topics: Wellness Back Safety Slips, Trips & Falls Personal Protective Equipment Read More

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