Harassment Prevention: The Respecful Workplace

Have your employees ever experienced harassment on the job? Have they ever had trouble speaking up to unwanted behavior? Do they need training in your organization’s harassment policy? Are they afraid of the consequences of making a complaint? Tthe 21st century has ushered in a new period of harassment and bullying challenges in the workplace. The “workplace” itself has changed from a single site to a vast array of locations, off-site offices, internet sites, and international destinations. Along with these challenges, the workplace is a diverse mix of generations, ethnic backgrounds, and personality types. These changes have brought challenges and opportunities. Unfortunately, workplace harassment and bullying are at an all-time high.

Speak ill of no one, but speak all the good you know of everybody. - Ben Franklin

In this program, Judi Clements puts to rest the myths and misunderstanding regarding workplace harassment. She shows your employees how to recognize harassing behavior and speak up to end it. They’ll learn to report all incidents to the proper authorities, confront unwanted behavior directly, and contribute to a healthy, happy work environment.

Available as a 1-4 hour Workshop

Employees will learn to:

  • Understand what words & behaviors are considered “harassing” "bullying" and "cyberbullying"
  • Distinguish between appropriate & inappropriate workplace humor, conversation, & wardrobe
  • Utilize the company’s harassment policy
  • Know their rights & responsibilities regarding workplace harassment
  • Know what to do if they are harassed
  • Know how to stop harassment before it escalates
  • Know what to do if they are accused of harassment
  • Contribute to a respectful workplace

A separate Managers' training program is also available on this topic.