HR Tip of the Month

January 5, 2016

in Human Resources

Harassment Prevention Training

Regular harassment prevention training can significantly reduce the likelihood of workplace harassment as well as provide a valuable defense if your company is involved in a harassment suit. It’s important to let employees know that harassment related to any protected class will not be tolerated. Protected classes include race, nationality, sexual orientation, and physical or mental disability, just to name a few.

Harassment prevention training should be thorough, so assess whether you have the resources to put the training on yourself or whether you should seek outside assistance. Your employee handbook should have a detailed anti-harassment policy and a clear complaint procedure so that even an employee who may not attend training is familiar with your policies.


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