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International Workplace Harassment: News Story Video

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Course length: 
Varies
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Harassment
Format: 
Video

Training a global workforce about harassment prevention presents incredible challenges. A repackaged U.S. harassment training course, riddled with U.S.-centric scenarios, language and content, causes non-US learners to tune out. This course is designed specifically for a global audience. Key tenets covered include encouraging reports and spotting problems, how to properly handle complaints and the manager’s role in preventing retaliation.

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Course Details

  • Employee
  • Manager
Employee

The employee version of NAVEX Global’s International Workplace Harassment helps organizations successfully meet the challenge of training an international workforce about harassment prevention, respect and fair treatment.

Key concepts covered in this course:60 minutes

Harassment, bullying and retaliation as global workplace issues

Common protected categories including race, gender, sex, religion, age, disability and social origin

Employees’ critical role in preventing harassment, bulling and retaliation

Common forms of harassment

Obligations to help create a respectful and harassment-free work environment

Impacts that harassment, bullying and retaliation have on victims, others in the workplace and the broader organization

Manager

The manager version of NAVEX Global’s International Workplace Harassment covers key concepts that include encouraging reports and spotting problems, how to properly handle complaints and the manager’s role in preventing retaliation.

Key concepts covered in this course:60 minutes

Definition of harassment, bullying and retaliation and strict prohibition against them

Common protected categories including race, gender, sex, religion, age, disability and social origin

New forms of harassment

Common forms of harassment

Obligations to help create a respectful and harassment-free work environment

Encouring reports and spotting problems

Ensuring a timely response to a complaint

How to properly handle complaints

Preventing retaliation

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