Patterns Program 3: Rights & Responsibilities
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Winner - Best Harassment Prevention Program
2003 Training Media Review Special Report
Sexual harassment at work is more than a legal issue. It is fundamentally a behavioral problem. PATTERNS takes on the behavioral challenge, arming employees and managers with the information they need to prevent sexual harassment and the tools that will help them to respond when incidents occur.
Each program in the series can stand alone and may be licensed separately. There are volume discounts if you license the entire series or multiple copies of any program.
Each program includes a comprehensive facilitation guide and reproducible handouts as well as optional PowerPoint slides at no additional cost.
QMR's new 3-program series, PATTERNS, is intended to explore the behavioral side of sexual harassment, arming employees and managers with the tools they need to effectively prevent incidents in the first place, and to respond appropriately when they either feel harassed or are aware of harassment occurring.
Program 3, Rights & Responsibilities, is a brief introduction to the issue of sexual harassment prevention intended for new employees. This orientation program describes what sexual harassment is, how it is damaging to the person being harassed, the harasser, the workgroup and the organization, and what an employees rights and responsibilities are in this area.
Program 3 comes with a 10 minute video or DVD, a comprehensive Facilitator's Guide. Handout pages are incorporated into the guide. Trainers need only to decide which topics would be relevant for individual distribution and which to copy as transparencies. Some handouts are also available as PowerPoint slides, provided on disk at no additional cost when you license the programs. With the purchase of this series, we grant you license to make as many copies of the handout / transparency pages as you need for your organization.
This program can be purchased in both DVD and VHS formats for only $100 more per video