Electronic Harassment is Still Harassment - Manager Version
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Electronic harassment is the use of computers, cell phones, or other electronic devices to threaten, embarrass, intimidate, harass, or humiliate co-workers or other persons in the workplace.
Managers can be sued and held liable or even terminated for participating in or failing to stop electronic harassment. This includes those actions committed outside the workplace and with personal devices.
This new course covers the following topics:
- What Constitutes Electronic Harassment?
- Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment Harassment
- Examples of electronic harassment
- The manager’s role in preventing harassment