“You’re Doin’ It Wrong!” How To Comply With The New EEOC Harassment Training Guidelines

Description

Did you know the EEOC’s HARASSMENT TRAINING GUIDELINES includes these topics:

Bystander Intervention
Conflict Resolution
Define “Bullying”
Social Media
Tolerance

  • What is the DIFFERENCE between BULLYING and HARASSMENT?
  • How can you IMMEDIATELY identify a “BULLY”?
  • What is the PROPER WAY to address a bully?
  • Why did the EEOC say that LAWYER TRAINING has only made everything WORSE?
  • Why do “ZERO TOLERANCE” policies do more harm than good?
  • What is BYSTANDER INTERVENTION and why is it the most effective way to stop BULLYING?
  • Why is CONFLICT RESOLUTION now a vital part of your harassment training?
  • Why is ENABLING also now a vital part of your training?
  • What is ILLEGAL RETALATION?
  • Why is RETALATION the #1 charge filed with the EEOC … and what do you do about it?
  • Why are employers RESPONSIBLE for what their employees do OFF THE JOB … and what do you need to do about it?
  • How is it so important to address SOCIAL MEDIA in your training?
  • How should you incorporate SEXUAL ORIENTATION and GENDER IDENTITY as PROTECTED CLASSES under Title VII into your training?
  • What is the DIFFERENCE between a HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT and WHAT IS OFFENSIVE?
    …and MUCH, MUCH more…

Join Scott Warrick as he reviews with you what the EEOC now wants employers to include in their harassment training in order to prevent these problems from happening in the first place. Scott will not only inform you of what the law requires, but he will use his 40 years of Human Resource and Employment Law experience to tell you how to use this information IMMEDIATELY!

In this session, you will learn:

  1. How the EEOC’s new HARASSMENT TRAINING GUIDELINES have changed your training.
  2. Why the EEOC is now focused on creating CIVIL and “SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENTS.
  3. The difference between LEGAL BULLYING and ILLEGAL WORKPLACE HARASSMENT.
  4. What the EEOC says employers need to do to PREVENT HARASSMENT.
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