EEOC Compliance Training Videos
Sexual Harassment: How to Recognize & Prevent Devastating Claims & Workplace Culture Problems - On-Demand
Don’t stand by and wait for a costly lawsuit—or one or more damaging public accusations. Instead, use this popular on-demand webinar on how to address, and end, sexual harassment in the workplace.
Bias costs organizations billions in lost productivity, high turnover, and low morale, not to mention the risk of expensive litigation. This DVD-based course, featuring Dr. Sondra Thiederman, targets the more subtle forms of bias that insidiously undermine our ability to build truly inclusive workplaces.
As a manager, you have a responsibility to keep your workplace free of any form of harassment. In this popular harassment and diversity training program, an office “comedian” uses his coworkers’ race, religion, and age as the basis of snide comments that no one else finds particularly funny. (Available in English & Spanish)(DVD or Video Streaming)
Workplace Investigations: The HR Manager’s Step-By-Step Guide contains everything you need to get to the bottom of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and many other claims, all in one easy-to-use reference. Plus, you get a bonus CD loaded with investigation forms, checklists, sample reports, and other documents critical to the execution of a safe and effective investigation.
We can minimize gender bias by knowingly avoiding stereotypes as shortcuts. Additional strategies include setting clear evaluation criteria before the evaluation process begins and then adhering to them, holding decision makers accountable for their decisions, measuring and reporting our organization’s progress in gender fairness, and legitimating women leaders by vouching for their competence.
Video Streaming Also AvailableTalking about diversity and fairness in the workplace is important; actively managing the challenges and issues that can arise is much more difficultóbut critical for maintaining productivity and achieving results.
Over the years, A Class Divided has become a classic – a powerful exploration into the nature of prejudice which has been used in classrooms, corporations, prisons and other governmental and educational settings.