Course Code: REL-CV-0-WH
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 7/31/2020
Define workplace harassment
Recognize examples of harassment situations and problems that may occur in the workplace
Identify retaliation and recognize why retaliation against employees who complain of workplace harassment is prohibited
Describe how to effectively respond to harassment incidents in the workplace
Assist your organization in promoting workplace behaviors that do not create or contribute to harassment
Section 1: Introduction A. About This Course B. Learning Objectives Section 2: What Is Workplace Harassment? A. Meet Carlos B. What Does Harassment Look Like? C. Sexual Harassment D. Quid Pro Quo Harassment E. Hostile Work Environment Harassment (Sexual) F. Racial Harassment G. Religious Harassment H. Ethnic Harassment I. Disability Harassment J. Age Harassment K. Harassment Based on a Medical Condition or Genetic Information L. Who Is Involved In Harassment Incidents? M. The Importance of Preventing Harassment N. What is Workplace Bullying? O. What Is a Hostile Work Environment? P. Section Summary Q. Review Section 3: Response to Workplace Harassment A. Responding to Workplace Harassment B. During and After an Investigation C. Retaliation D. Zero Tolerance E. What if You Are Accused of Harassment? F. Section Summary G. Review Section 4: Workplace Harassment Policies and Prevention A. Harassment Policies and Training B. Prevention Strategies C. Future Incidents D. Section Summary Section 5: Conclusion A. Course Summary B. Congratulations
David A. Winter
Mr. Winter received his MBA from the University of Richmond and his BA in Psychology from the University of Virginia. He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the HR Certification Institute and the Society for Human Resource Management. Mr. Winter has more than 30 years of experience as a human resources practitioner, and has served as an HR executive in a variety of business settings, including service and manufacturing companies in both domestic and international settings. He is currently the president of an HR consulting firm focused on HR strategy and leadership, organizational and individual development, and coaching and training.
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