Learn How More Respect Equals Less Harassment

The current workplace is more diverse than ever; you will likely come in contact with a wide variety of people, doing many different types of jobs, in various settings.  We are working side-by-side with people of cultures and beliefs different from our own.  BusinessTrainingPower.com offers comprehensive training courses on harassment in the workplace, covering office and industrial settings.  These courses discuss ways to ensure a harassment-free workplace.

A positive workplace environment is created by respectful people, which in return creates a more productive and pleasurable workplace.  Unfortunately, it only takes a few disrespectful people to generate a damaging and hostile work environment.

As stated during the courses, “Unwelcome behavior becomes harassment when a person’s conduct is sufficiently severe or pervasive to create a hostile work environment.  Harassment creates a hostile work environment when unwelcome comments or conduct based on; sex, race, religion, age, disability or other legally protected characteristics, unreasonably interferes with employee’s work performance or create an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment.”

The videos extensively cover techniques to deal with multiple situations concerning harassment.  Methods are given for:

  • Workplace harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • Responding to harassment
  • Preventing harassment

Use these training videos for your workers, and prevent a hostile and damaging environment:

Preventing Harassment: Creating a Positive Workplace – Industrial Settings

Preventing Harassment: Creating a Positive Workplace – Office Settings 

See more courses on harassment here.

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