Recognizing & Preventing Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace
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February 5, 2020
Illinois Funeral Directors Association
Human Resources, Sexual Harassment
Harassment is rampant and it happens daily in our workplace. Whether it’s Hollywood, politics, academia, or business, you cannot escape the reports of misconduct in the workplace. With the heightened awareness, employers must do what they are required by law and in their power to prevent workplace harassment. This webinar will explore the true definition of harassment and discrimination, and the problems caused by inappropriate workplace behavior. Additionally, the presenter will focus on preventing sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination, how to respond to harassment or discrimination, how to address unwelcome behaviors, the negative impacts of workplace misconduct, proper procedures for reporting and investigating complaints, and consequences of false accusations. This session will also focus on how to properly handle and respond to charges of discrimination received from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.Expand summary
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