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These diversity training courses explains that employees and managers alike share a responsibility to create a respectful workplace.
Both the Manager and Employee versions of this workplace diversity training course revolve around a dramatic story showing an all-too-common situation where diverse cultural backgrounds test employees' interpersonal skills. Conflict starts as "just kidding around" and grows into illegal harassment. Our narrators, Littler Mendelson employment law attorneys Bruce Sarchet and Kevin O'Neill, provide their expertise and legal perspective.
Educate all of your managers and employees about the details surrounding the difficult subject of harassment. Everyone in the workplace can benefit from understanding what qualifies as harassment, and why it cannot be tolerated. These comprehensive programs clarify how to recognize and prevent harassment, and what to do if harassment occurs.
This two DVD set includes the following programs:
Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences — Manager Version (20 minutes)
As a manager, you have a responsibility to keep your workplace free of any form of harassment. In this popular program, an office “comedian” uses his coworkers’ race, religion, and age as the basis of snide comments that no one else finds particularly funny. An emphasis is placed on the various types of harassment—other than sexual harassment—that can violate company policy. Learn how to investigate when discrimination occurs, and how to protect the rights of all involved.
Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences — Employee Version (16 minutes)
Your employees need to know that they are just as responsible for maintaining a harassment-free office as you are. Things like inappropriate pictures, jokes, emails, gestures, and touching can create a hostile environment where protected characteristics become targets. Get employees to see that certain behaviors can be interpreted as offensive. Once they know exactly what will and will not be tolerated, everyone can work together to ensure that your diverse workplace operates on a level of respect and understanding.