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At a Glance

Course length: 
31-60
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Regulations: 
AB 2053, FEHA - Fair Employment and Housing Act
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Abusive Conduct & Bullying
Format: 
Video

Through simple prevention techniques, employees can dramatically reduce the likelihood of serious workplace violence incidents and help ensure that employers have the ability to intervene early to prevent escalation. This course communicates the organization’s commitment to employee health and safety; gives employees practical skills for preventing, responding to and reporting incidents of workplace violence; and reduces the risk and the cost of lawsuits and fines related to workplace violence.

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Course Details

  • Employee
  • Manager
Employee

The employee version of NAVEX Global’s Violence & Bullying Prevention course clearly communicates the organization’s commitment to employee health and safey and gives employees practical skills for preventing, responding to and reporting incidents of workplace violence.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:45 min

Understanding what constitutes workplace violence

Key workplace violence policy obligations

Importance of physical security

Assessing threats

Identifying potential risk factors or early-warning signs of workplace violence

Knowing when to report questionable or threatening behavior

Knowing how to properly react to an episode of workplace violence

Defusing threatening situations when they occur

Internal resources to help with questions or take reports

Manager

The manager version of NAVEX Global’s Violence & Bullying Prevention course clearly communicates the organization’s commitment to employee health and safey and gives managers practical skills for preventing, responding to and reporting incidents of workplace violence.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:45 min

Understanding what constitutes workplace violence

Key workplace violence policy obligations

Importance of proper planning and preperation

Assessing threats

Identifying potential risk factors or early-warning signs of workplace violence

Knowing when to report questionable or threatening behavior

Knowing how to properly react to an episode of workplace violence

Defusing threatening situations when they occur

Internal resources to help with questions or take reports

Defusing threatening situations when they occur

Learning how to deal with bullying in the workplace

Defusing threatening situations when they occur

Handling difficult conversations

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Bullying

Explores the importance of properly addressing employees who engage in bullying behaviors and covers the risks associated with ignoring or avoiding employees who engage in bullying, whether confrontation can help properly resolve a situation, and the consequences of ignoring escalating misconduct.

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Abusive Conduct

Examines ways to recognize and prevent abusive conduct (as defined in California’s AB 2053) and bullying in the workplace – practices that affect employee morale and productivity, regardless of whether the behavior qualifies as “harassment” or is directed at an individual based on a protected characteristic.

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