Sexual Harassment Course

Sexual Harassment Course:

As a training center, we will come to your office or organization with all the materials to train your staff, management and members on the guidelines of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace.

The training includes:

1- PowerPoint Presentation to the Supervisors and Managers
2- PowerPoint Presentation to the employees, Staff and Members
3- A Written Exam
4- Handouts of each presentation
5- A FREE Sexual Harassment Policy for your company
6- A Blanket Letter of Completion showing each attendees name for your records.

 

Training takes place at YOUR LOCATION.

Call First Aid & CPR, LLC to schedule a training at your convenience.

888-242-4259
Training@FirstAid.org


Employment practices concerns make headlines daily



Companies nationwide are being called to respond to a wave of reports of harassment, intimidation and sexual misconduct by high-profile men. No industry is immune and these issues are among the most popular topics discussed around the office coffee pot.

Liability your business faces could result from sexual harassment; as well as complaints of wrongful termination; discrimination in hiring practices, including age, sex and race; and not following the requirements set forth in the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Discrimination and harassment suits are becoming so common that courts nationwide can barely keep up. More than 91,000 charges of wrongful termination were filed with the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission in 2016. Settlements and award costs are skyrocketing. And, even if you do everything by the book, there is a chance you still may be sued—an unintentional violation of the laws could place your company in financial jeopardy.

Whether the jury sides with you or not, your legal costs could be staggering. Typical defense costs average $100,000 to $200,000 per case.

Having procedures in place to prevent a harassment or employment practices suit is both the right thing to do and the best way to protect your business and employees.

To prevent employee lawsuits, educate your managers and employees so you minimize problems in the first place:

  • Create effective hiring and screening programs to avoid discrimination in hiring.
  • Post corporate policies throughout the workplace and place them in employee handbooks, so policies are clear to everyone.
  • Revisit and update your employee handbook at least once a year and make sure it includes important policies regarding harassment; hiring practices; anti-retaliation policies and all Fair Labor Standards Act, wage and other state and federal labor laws and regulations.
  • Review performance evaluation and "write-up" procedures, and be vigilant in any disciplinary setting to treat employees in a similar fashion, applying the same standards to similar situations.
  • Review and update exit interview procedures. Take all necessary measures to ensure that the exit interview is conducted in a fair manner.

Contact First Aid & CPR, LLC to schedule an onsite training for your company and employees.


 

 

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