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Tips For Sexual Harassment Compliance Training In The #MeToo Era

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In the last year or so, the #MeToo movement has shed light on just how common sexual harassment is in the workplace. The statistics are staggering. Surveys show that up to 81% of women have experienced harassmentsexual and otherwise – in the workplace.

Action and Prevention-Sexual Harassment Training in California

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million settlement from the State of California after an inmate at California State Prison in Folsom attacked her, despite Curry having previously reported the inmate for sexual harassment. Why sexual harassment training is essential for your organization.

Sexual Harassment: What’s Next?

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Recent sexual assault scandals have rocked the U.S. and the world. High-profile media and entertainment celebrities have been forced to step down from their lofty perches in light of widespread sexual harassment allegations. The behavior of candidates for the highest offices in the land has been scrutinized, placing their candidacy at serious risk. It is widely known that organizational culture change begins at the top.

The What, Why & How of Sexual Harassment Training for Employees

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“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” A recent online survey found that 81 percent of women and 43 percent of men had encountered sexual harassment in one form or another during their lifetime. What is Sexual Harassment?

A Learning Guide to Recognising Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

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It is very important for everyone to learn what constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace so that it can be recognized immediately. There are several different behaviors that can be considered sexual harassment including physical and verbal activities.

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Bullying at Work: EEOC Won’t Take It Anymore

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The term “workplace harassment” often conjures images of 1950s-style gender-based pestering where men made women feel uncomfortable and powerless through comments and touch that would not fly in today’s workplace – “Mad Men” style. The issue has become much wider than just gender though, and is recognized by the U.S. By its definition, harassment can include ethnic, racial, age, disability, color, religion, pregnancy, and gender-identity harassment.

Learning Goes Social

CLO Magazine

New technology is empowering employees more than ever to control their own learning and development. As corporate America continues to embrace social tools for learning and development, social learning has shed its reputation as a transient industry buzzword. With a laser-like focus on the end user, emerging technologies are shifting some of the power and onus from the learning function to the individual learner.