Unlawful Harassment for Managers & Case Studies

Unlawful Harassment for Managers & Case Studies

Unlawful Harassment for Managers & Case Studies

Unlawful Harassment for Managers & Case Studies

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Under federal and state legislation, unlawful harassment occurs when someone is made to feel intimidated, insulted, or humiliated because of their race, color, national origin, sex, disability, and other characteristics specified under anti-discrimination human rights legislation. This course will highlight the different types of unlawful harassment, inappropriate behavior versus unlawful behavior, retaliation, federal and state laws. and consequences for not abiding by the laws. The final chapter of the course contains case studies aimed at sexual harassment prevention. Chapter 2 covers Supplemental Training California SB 1342 2 CCR § 11024

COURSE INFORMATION

2 hrsValid for 24 monthsCreated 2019-02-01Updated 2019-02-01

Course Objectives

  • Distinguish between unlawful harassment and the comments and behaviors that may be offensive but not actionable
  • Describe the different types of discrimination prohibited by the laws enforced by the EEOC
  • Understand different scenarios related to sexual harassment and apply knowledge for prevention

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