No Harassment Training Workshop
Forsyth Conference Center
3410 Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Cumming, GA 30041
Learn how to build the best harassment prevention and training program. Each workplace brings together people of various ethnicities, races, religions, disabilities, genders, and more. With such a diverse workforce, collaboration might not always be seamless. In most cases, harassment prevention as well as sensitivity and correction training are best practices for employers. For many companies, it is a requirement. This workshop will teach human resources professionals to train their workforce on harassment prevention and sensitivity in the workplace. Techniques for supervisory training will also be shared, as supervisors are often the trusted confidant of workers and the first line of defense for employers.
Attendees will learn to:
- Identify the federal laws related to sexual and other types of harassment and discrimination and the various individuals they are intended to protect, including recent updates regarding veterans, individuals with disabilities and transgender workers
- Recognize when and how often harassment and discrimination training must take place
- Identify the various ways harassment and discrimination can occur in the workplace
- Identify what topics must be covered during training and what to say to trainees to get them to take the training seriously
- Educate supervisors on the importance of following the company's policy regarding reports of harassment and discrimination including how to properly document complaints
Identify resources to assist with harassment prevention training.
Presented by the Human Resource Council.
Cost: $15 for Members, $30 for Non-Members