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OSHA compliance is vital for every employee, learn more now.

Though the topic can cause people to feel uncomfortable, even during training, it needs to be covered. Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act specifically prohibits sexual harassment.

 

It is important for all employees to understand what constitutes harassment and to know what to do if sexual harassment occurs. We have a course that explores the seemingly uncomfortable, yet crucial topic.

 

Our course will demonstrate to employees a wide-variety of examples of harassment, such as quid pro quo, sexual innuendos, hostile work environments, and gender harassment. Sexual harassment is something nobody wants to talk about, but it is something everyone has a responsibility to watch out for and prevent.

 

Use this course among your employees so everyone understands the importance of recognizing, discouraging, and preventing harassment.

 

9 Short Lessons On Stopping Sexual Harassment - For Employees

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