Posted: 06-09-2018 03:17 PM
Synopsis: A simple, concise and complete outline of the essential facts about California's AB1825 Sexual Harassment law. California is one of just a few states to require sexual harassment training and now also requires training on abusive conduct, gender identity, gender expression, transitioning, sexual orientation and all of the other groups protected from harassment and discrimination by California law.
Posted: 06-07-2018 03:44 AM
Synopsis: When organizations take harassment seriously, employees have better morale and as a result are more productive. When employees know they are safe and their management cares about their well-being, it's amazing how much they can accomplish.
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 01-14-2018 05:42 AM
Synopsis: Search for information on retaliation and you will get 100s of websites describing retaliation perpetrated by supervisors and managers, however almost nothing about co-worker retaliation. However, co-worker retaliation does occur and is illegal when several conditions are met. This article will explain the law and in what situations non-management co-workers can commit illegal retaliation.
Posted: 06-04-2013 09:07 PM
Synopsis: 7 excellent reasons that manager's should prioritize the prevention of harassment in the workplace.
Posted: 05-29-2013 09:07 PM
Synopsis: Taking a harassment complaint from an employee is part of every manager's job. However, this sensitive task is not always done correctly resulting in organizational lawsuits and employee turnover.
Posted: 05-28-2013 09:07 PM
Synopsis: Two of the most important aspects of harassment prevention are the avenues of reporting for employees and watching for unreported harassment.
Posted: 04-02-2013 09:08 PM
Synopsis: One of the most crucial jobs every manager has is to prevent harassment in the workplace. The morale, efficiency and survival of your workplace depend on it.
Posted: 08-25-2012 09:15 PM
Sexual harassment has once again reared its ugly head in the workplace. Just today, it has been reported that three subordinate employees have accused a high level political appointee to the U.S. Immigrations and customs enforcement administration of sexual harassment. This particular case raises an aspect of sexual harassment that is usually overlooked when we think of a perpetrator of harassment - the accused party is a woman and the three subordinate employees are male.
Posted: 08-19-2012 09:41 PM
Sexual harassment in the workplace continues to be a problem throughout the USA and the world. Every organization who is serious about prevention needs to provide employee sexual harassment training. Part of this training is a concise, unambiguous sexual harassment policy statement. It needs to be direct and leave no doubt that your workplace has no tolerance for harassing behavior. The following are some tips for writing your organization's policy.
Posted: 12-26-2011 10:59 PM
Much of the problem with sexual harassment in the workplace lies in the fundamental difference in perceptions that men and women have of appropriate words and behavior. What men think is appropriate is many times completely opposite of what women think is appropriate. Misconceptions and misunderstandings lead to behaviors that are construed as hostile work place harassment. There are several specific behaviors that remain pervasive in the workplace.