RECORDED TRAINING COURSE
Harassment continues to be a serious problem in the workplace. Employers must establish clear policies and practices to prevent and/or remedy systemic harassment in their organizations. This training will help employers understand the new proposed legal standards of workplace harassment and employer liability.
- Understanding the legal standard and employer liability applicable to harassment claims under federal employment discriminations laws enforced by the EEOC.
- Examples of recent case law on workplace harassment
- How digital technology and social media postings can create a hostile work environment.
- Examples of conduct that courts have determined severe enough to establish a hostile work environment based on a single incident.
- The 3 key questions that should be used to evaluate a hostile work environment claim.
- When an employer is vicariously liable for a hostile work environment created by a supervisor.
Why You Should Attend:
The EEOC has proposed updated workplace harassment guidelines which reflect noteworthy changes in the law which employers should be aware of. The new proposed guidance expands the type of harassment that can be based on sex. Preventing and addressing harassment is a key priority for the EEOC, and the new guidance provides clarity on new developments in the law.
Who Should Attend:
- All levels of HR
- Supervisors and Managers
Note: You will get access to the Recording link and E-Transcript; in your account and at your registered email address.
Racquel Harris is The Chief Strategy Officer at R. L. Harris & Associates, LLC. Racquel has 25 years of Executive level experience in Human Resources and earned two certifications in Human Resources and certification in Risk Management. Racquel is a graduate of Indiana University where she received a BA in Organizational Communication.