Webinar Wednesday Winter/Spring 2019
Join us for our Winter/Spring Webinar Series – spend an hour with us for a quick and easy way to keep up with varying topics to better manage your employees and earn some SHRM and HRCI credits.
Webinar Wednesday Winter/Spring 2019
Our 4-Part Workplace Harassment Prevention Series
Start your year off right by making sure you are up to date on Workplace Harassment. Are you familiar with the new laws and trends? Do you know what steps you can take to prevent harassment? Do you know how to identify bullying? Don’t miss out on this series! All webinars are on Wednesdays and are one hour in length beginning promptly at 12:00 PM EST (9:00 AM PST).
Total for Series: $299.00
- Wednesday, January 30th
- Wednesday, February 20th
- Wednesday, March 13th
- Wednesday, April 3rd
January 30th: Sexual Harassment Prevention Series: Key Trends and News Laws
The expectations of acceptable workplace behaviors change almost every day. Each time a new high-profile case hits the media, we rethink the standards of what is appropriate. Employers of all types need to remain constantly aware of their responsibilities in the workplace of 2019 and beyond. Join us to explore the current trends and new laws that are shaping the way harassment is viewed and the laws and complexity around it.
- Understand how the new world of sexual harassment allegations and claims has fundamentally altered our perception of business responsibilities as it relates to prevention.
- Explore the trends in the way businesses of all types are now handling sexual harassment complaints.
- Review the key new laws, regulations, and initiatives sweeping the country — both already enacted and what we see on the horizon.
- Understand the responsibilities that all organizations have for protecting their employees and their image in the marketplace.
February 20th: Sexual Harassment Prevention Series: 5 Things to Do Now
Your concise guide to the 5 Things To Do Now to ensure that the next sexual harassment headline you read isn’t about your organization! This webinar will give you a step-by-step plan to prevent problematic situations from occurring and to effectively manage them if they do arise. By implementing this five-step program, you will be well on your way to protecting your organization and your staff from all the consequences of sexual harassment.
- Understand your specific requirements and duties as a responsible employer.
- Prevent any form of sexual harassment and/or inappropriate behaviors in your workplace.
- Insulate your organization from even the appearance of unacceptable behavior.
March 13th: Sexual Harassment Prevention Series: Workplace Bullying
Not all harassment is sexual. Workplace bullying is harassment too. Who is a bully? Are they hiding in plain sight? Are they negatively affecting morale? Are they creating unforeseen or unexpected turnover? Do you know what behaviors to look for? Is there a difference between “good-natured ribbing” and actual bullying? Do you know how to address bullying behavior? Are you aware of the potential for serious problems?
- Identify and prevent harassment/bullying including illegal harassment based upon the protected categories of your employees.
- Recognize the most serious consequences of unaddressed workplace bullying.
- Identify and prevent adult cyberbullying.
- Establish clear and comprehensive anti-bullying policies.
- Understand the risks both internally and externally.
April 3rd: Sexual Harassment Prevention Series: Workplace Investigations
Having a clearly defined investigative process is essential to ensuring that inappropriate workplace behaviors are addressed in a manner that protects the organization and its employees. A solid investigative procedure will almost always make things better; an imprecise, haphazard approach will almost always make things much worse. This program will provide you with the knowledge to make reasoned decisions when faced with the need for an investigation.
- Your “How To” guide on conducting internal investigations of any type (sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination, employee theft, and others)
- The organization’s responsibilities and obligations including the limited confidentiality of the complaint process
- Best practices guide to make sure your investigations and consequences are defensible if challenged
- The pros and cons of “Do it yourself” v. “Bring in the experts” when an investigation is warranted