Spanish Employee Training Videos
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.
Produced - 2009
Harassment Hurts: It's Personal (Spanish version) explores the pain and cost of harassment, covering such topics as age, race, sexual orientation, political affiliation, pregnancy, ethnicity, sexual harassment and much more.
Keep your California mandated training fresh with our all-new dramatic Harassment: Sex, Religion, and Beyond — California Manager Version. (Available in English & Spanish)
This new training program brings this message home, showing that bad behavior is not OK—whether it applies to sex, religion, or anything beyond…and whether it actually crosses the line into illegal harassment or not. This course is also a California AB 1825 compliant training solution
The In This Together training package presents an engaging look at harassment and respect in the workplace. Seven front line employees from a variety of businesses speak directly to their peers as they lay out the issues of respect and harassment head on.
Join our host as she explains the law, and then introduces 14 real-world scenarios to illustrate the most common sexual harassment issues confronting organizations today, including inappropriate touching, slurs, jokes, computer-related materials, and much more.
Produced - 2007
As the leader of any group, problems are inevitable. So...how do you react? Do you lead with your gut...or your head? This is the dilemma that the host of "Managing Me" grapples with. When problems arise at work, he can choose to react with either impulse or reason. As each situation plays out, the better reaction is clear.
Sexual Harassment: A Commonsense Approach — Employee/Manager Combo (Spanish version) Save money by combining the Manager and Employee versions of this best-selling and award-winning sexual harassment training. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Managers have to be as educated about sexual harassment as their employees. This award-winning program features six real world scenes depicting different kinds of unwelcome behavior, including inappropriate comments, unwanted touching, and quid pro quo harassment, in which a superior uses his power to coerce an underling.