Who should attend
- Entry-level to senior HR professionals
- Employee relations managers
- Generalists seeking to move into a specialized role
About the course
Examine current legal and policy concerns and best practices related to preventing harassment and retaliation. Learn HR, managers and employee approaches for responding to inappropriate behaviors. Practice prevention strategies for creating a respectful workplace including providing individual feedback. Review requirements for training and explore preventive training options beyond legal standards.
Helping to create and maintain a respectful workplace is important in every organization.
In this course, you'll examine current legal and policy concerns as well as best practices related to preventing harassment and retaliation. You'll review approaches from the perspectives of HR, managers, and employees for responding to inappropriate behaviors. You'll practice prevention strategies for creating a respectful workplace, including providing individual feedback. You'll also review requirements for training and explore preventive training options beyond legal standards.
It is recommended to take CO111 HR and the Law and/or CO100 EEO Law first or have equivalent knowledge/experience before taking this workshop.
Key Course Takeaways
- Identify types of harassment, including sexual, racial, religious, ethnic, age, and disability
- Review strategies for preventing and responding to policy violations of harassment and retaliation
- Detect and resolve problem situations to avoid complaints and lawsuits
- Devise options for preventive education and training
Susan Brecher, currently the Director of HR Dispute Management and Resolution Certificate and Curriculum/Training Design is an employment practices attorney and expert in training and curriculum design for both online and classroom based workshops. She has broad experience in advising, consultin...
Tracey I. Levy is the Founding Member of Levy Employment Law, LLC, and annually has been recognized by Super Lawyers for the New York Metro area since 2016. Offering clients the benefit of more than 25 years of legal and employee relations experience, Tracey guides managers and in-house counsel t...
Gayle F. Wasserman, Esq. is a management-side employment attorney and human resources consultant with over 18 years of experience. Since establishing her own private practice, Wasserman Law, in 2004, Gayle has regularly counseled clients throughout the New York tri-state area on a variety of emp...
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