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  1.  OpeningLines Series (Exploring Harassment, Understanding Respect,, Facing Diversity & Bridging 5 Generations)

    Opening Lines Series ( 4 Part Series: Exploring Harassment, Understanding Respect, Facing Diversity & Bridging 5 Generations)

    Regular Price: $595.00

    Special Price: $495.00

    <h2> Description</h2> <p> <b>What&#39;s Included:</b> Four DVDs <br /> (Program length: <strong>3 to 5 minutes each</strong>)</p> <p> <b>Topics:</b> Diversity, Meeting Openers, Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, EEO, Harassment, Respect, ATS Media Programs, Micro-inequities, Generations</p> <p> These&nbsp;four short&nbsp;programs (each one between&nbsp;three and five minutes)&nbsp;can be used as new-employee orientation tools or as&nbsp;meeting openers or closers for any harassment, respect, generations&nbsp;or diversity training. Perfect for&nbsp;a quick and concise refresher course for your organization&#39;s anti-harassment policy&nbsp;or to just&nbsp;introduce the fundamental and important&nbsp;concepts of respect, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.</p> <h2> Key Learning Points</h2> <ul class="learning-points"> <li> Learn the different types of harassment and their negative ramifications.</li> <li> Through legal definitions, learn the negative consequences of various types of harassment.</li> <li> Fully understand what stereotypes are and are not. Learn how stereotypes affect others and ourselves. Learn how to recognize them and stop negative behavior.</li> <li> Explore the benefits and rewards of a diverse organization in ways you may have never considered! The world has changed, and because of the global marketplace, diversity is even more important than ever.</li> <li> Learn how each generation is identified and defined.</li> </ul> <h2> This Item is a Series</h2> <p> Check out these other items in the series:</p> <ul class="series"> <li> OpeningLines: Understanding Respect</li> <li> OpeningLines: Exploring Harassment</li> <li> OpeningLines: Bridging 5 Generations</li> <li> OpeningLines: Facing Diversity</li> </ul> Learn More
  2. As Simple as Respect

    As Simple as Respect

    Regular Price: $795.00

    Special Price: $695.00

    <h1> As Simple as Respect</h1> <h2> Run time: 25 Minutes</h2> <p> This program features a series of workplace vignettes in healthcare, manufacturing, retail and office settings that illustrate disrespectful behavior and how to correct it. <br /> <br /> The guidelines are broken down into simple steps, which makes this an especially effective and user-friendly program. Participants are asked to discuss issues of respect in a diverse workplace as it relates to their own experience. <br /> <br /> <b>Key Learning Points:</b></p> <ul> <li> Turn uncomfortable situations into learning opportunities</li> <li> Religious or cultural beliefs don&#39;t justify disrespectful behavior</li> <li> Just because expressions are commonly used, doesn&#39;t make them acceptable</li> <li> Be careful not to display or send offensive materials on your computer</li> <li> Judging people&#39;s abilities by their appearance can lead to discrimination</li> <li> Cultural or ethnic stereotypes are offensive</li> <li> Speak up against disrespect</li> </ul> Learn More
  3. Beyond Sexual Harassment (Employee Version)

    Beyond Sexual Harassment (Employee Version)

    $845.00

    <div class="product_desc"> <p> <em>Other Forms of Harassment and Discrimination </em><br /> <br /> Harassment issues concerning age, religion, and gender can detonate a minefield of lawsuits. <br /> <br /> Make sure that your employees know how to work around this difficult terrain and sidestep the costly pitfalls.</p> <h4> <span class="imp" style="color: #003366;">Key Learning Points</span></h4> <ul> <li> Identify harassing behaviors</li> <li> Understand the negative impact of harassment</li> <li> Get involved and take action when harassment occurs</li> </ul> <h4> <strong><span class="imp"><br /> </span></strong></h4> <h4> <span style="color: #003366;"><strong><span class="imp">Avaiable in Three Versions:</span> </strong></span></h4> <ul> <li> Employee</li> <li> Manager (linear &ndash; no support materials)</li> <li> Vignette (linear &ndash; no support materials)</li> </ul> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> <strong>Run Time: </strong>14 Minutes</p> </div> Learn More
  4. Beyond Sexual Harassment (Manager edition)

    Beyond Sexual Harassment (Manager edition)

    $845.00

    <p> Managers have a responsibility to be an example of appropriate behavior in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior on the job does not have to be sexual to be harassment. Using realistic vignettes &quot;Beyond Sexual Harassment: Management Version&quot; teaches managers how to identify and prevent incidents involving age, gender, religion and other forms of harassment which may not always be obvious.</p> <ul> &quot;Beyond Sexual Harassment: Management Version&quot; Key Learning Points... <li> Identify harassing behaviors in the workplace</li> <li> Understand the negative effects of harassment</li> <li> Discuss and examine personal feelings about harassment</li> <li> Understand that harassment of any kind is not tolerated</li> <li> Discuss the organization&#39;s policies and procedures related to harassment</li> <li> Stop harassment if it does occur</li> </ul> Learn More
  5. Drop by Drop - Subtle Discrimination

    Drop by Drop - Subtle Discrimination

    $945.00

    <p> &nbsp;</p> <p style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: rgb(44, 62, 73); font-size: 11px; "> Who said you shouldn&rsquo;t sweat the small stuff? What if those small things undermined morale and reduced productivity? This new diversity program, Drop by Drop, demonstrates how the small slights, subtle discriminations and tiny injustices can add up to big problems in your workplace! These little negative gestures are called &quot;micro-inequities&quot; and they occur in organizations every day. These small communications of disrespect, prejudice and inequality aren&rsquo;t overt, but they can be incredibly destructive. A poison in the workplace that isn&rsquo;t delivered in a bucket, but takes its toll drop by drop.</p> <p style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: rgb(44, 62, 73); font-size: 11px; "> Video Synopsis: The program opens with an unhappy ending &ndash; the resignation of a frustrated employee. We then explore the workplace responsible for creating this situation. The program&rsquo;s host engages and challenges the viewer with his strange perspective on our insensitive behaviors. He walks us through several examples of micro-inequities that could easily be avoided and then shares the key concepts for creating an inclusive and productive work environment:</p> <p> CONSIDER: Listen, empathize, and follow the &quot;platinum rule&quot; by treating others as they&rsquo;d like to be treated.</p> <p> RESPECT: Show regard for all races, religions, cultures and ages and value the talents each person brings to the workplace.</p> <p> LEARN: Be open to information about different cultures, customs and perspectives of your co-workers. Learn to communicate with kindness and clarity.</p> <p style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: rgb(44, 62, 73); font-size: 11px; "> Put a stop to the disrespectful little &quot;paper cuts&quot; co-workers unknowingly inflict upon each other. Raise awareness and emphasize the importance of maintaining a thoughtful and respectful workplace with Drop by Drop.</p> Learn More
  6. Great Minds on Respect, Tolerance and Diversity

    Great Minds on Respect, Tolerance and Diversity

    $295.00

    <p> Inspiring quotes from some of history&rsquo;s greatest leaders set to dramatic music and coupled with classic footage. Let the likes of John F. Kennedy, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. inspire and motivate you through their own words, pictures and video.</p> <p> A great way to start any meeting or training session, the Great Minds will put your group in the right frame of mind for success.</p> <p> This DVD video contains quotes from Mark Twain, Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Albert Einstein, James Ellison, Franklin Thomas, Sandra Day O&#39;Connor, Jimmy Carter, Mother Teresa, John F. Kennedy, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ralph Waldo Emerson.</p> <p> <strong>Package Includes:</strong> 3 minute DVD</p> Learn More
  7. Harassment for Employess: A New Look

    Harassment for Employees: A New Look

    $945.00

    <p> Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids harassment and discrimination based on a person&#39;s race, color, religion, sex and national origin. However, many recent forms of harassment, such as workplace bullying, are not necessarily covered by this landmark law. To address these threats, organizations must update their training and raise awareness.</p> <p> Harassment: A New Look introduces your employees to the novel manifestations of harassment. It features a diverse group of salon employees and their customers who share their personal experiences to highlight the devastating impact of:</p> <p> Workplace bullying</p> <p> Joking</p> <p> Intimidation</p> <p> Cyber bullying</p> <p> Sexting</p> <p> <strong>Run Time:</strong> 19 Minutes</p> Learn More
  8. Harassment for Managers: A New Look

    Harassment for Managers: A New Look

    $945.00

    <p> Recent harassment lawsuits show that employers and managers can increase their legal liability if they neglect a harassment complaint and fail to create and/or enforce anti-harassment policies.</p> <p> Managers must step up and take harassment seriously, but complicating the situation is the difficulty in figuring out what harassment actually is. Most of it is subtle and has taken recent forms which do not easily fit traditional understandings of the idea.</p> <p> To help address this issue, Harassment for Managers: A New Look examines the recent forms of harassment and shows how supervisors can and should prevent, identify and respond effectively to such phenomena. A vital training update and a reliable compliance guide, the program uses vivid re-enactments to discuss:</p> <p> Quid pro quo, tangible employment action, and hostile environment</p> <p> Bullying and digital harassment</p> <p> Humor, third-party harassment and age-discrimination</p> <p> Recognizing the impact of harassment and identifying warning signs</p> <p> Managers&#39; responsibilities and obligations</p> <p> The need to train and communicate policies</p> <p> Handling complaints seriously and effectively</p> <p> Conducting investigations fairly</p> <p> Interviewing protocols and enforcement.</p> <p> Includes comprehensive leader&#39;s guide and PowerPoint Presentation on CD-ROM</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> <strong>Run Time: </strong>22 Minutes</p> Learn More
  9. Harassment Hurts: It's Personal

    Harassment Hurts: It's Personal

    Regular Price: $595.00

    Special Price: $495.00

    <h1> Harassment Hurts: It&#39;s Personal</h1> <h2> Run time: 16 Minutes</h2> <p> This all-encompassing program explores the pain and cost of harassment, covering such topics as age, race, sexual orientation, political affiliation, pregnancy, ethnicity, sexual harassment and much more. Along with an explanation of harassment, it features personalized stories and detailed legal and policy definitions to cover all types of harassment in organizations and workplaces. <br /> <br /> Through a unique presentation style, the individuals in the video share their personal stories and experiences while presenting the legalities and workplace policies that define harassment and its consequences. <br /> <br /> <b>Participants will gain knowledge to:</b></p> <ul> <li> Understand and learn what harassment is and isn&#39;t</li> <li> Know the different types of harassment and their negative ramifications</li> <li> Learn the negative consequences of various types of inappropriate behavior</li> <li> Explore discrimination based on differences such as sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, etc.</li> <li> See how statistics demonstrate the prevalence of harassment in the workplace</li> <li> Feel safe to speak up about harassment and where to turn if they are harassed</li> </ul> <p> <br /> The <b>Harassment Hurts</b> package also includes a Meeting Opener <i>Opening Lines: Exploring Harassment</i> which can be used to introduce the training or as a stand-alone module.&nbsp;</p> Learn More
  10. Harassment Is Government Version

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Harassment training videos have become the most frequently used programs in all of training. Guess why. Settlements for it reached over 100 million dollars in the US last year. To protect your company and protect your employees Carlton’s Training Solutions has brought forth a wide variety of harassment training videos for prevention and to put in place a system to best handle complaints to avoid liability.

Harassment Hurts: It's Personal is a harassment training video that is used the most to prevent disputes and to diplomatically tackle issues of harassment in the workplace. It can lower morale and cost the company employees, time and money. It's About Respect: Recognizing Harassment in a Diverse Workplace is a harassment training video that tells a story of a diverse workplace and lessons gained from the mistakes employees can make that can cause harassment.

The sad reality is companies are finding it harder and harder to find harassment training videos that stay up to date with the laws that keep springing up. Why? Because the forms keep expanding predicated on the technology available, and the differences in the workplace are vast and companies simply haven’t been properly advised with the right harassment training video to handle them. Cyberharassment or cyberstalking can be just as overwhelming at work. To see an overview of current laws on  cyberharassment, click on this link to The National Conference of State Legislatures.

A harassment training video like Harassment Is can cover anything and everything including workplace bullying, sexting, improper email etiquette, inappropriate advances, pregnancy jokes, jokes or comments based on culture, race, gender, and physical appearance. Harassment training videos underline the fact that managers have their hands full. Last year there was over 105 million dollars in lawsuits in the US alone. Harassment training videos are instrumental in identifying these problems and resolving them.

A harassment training video such as Harassment Made Simple can focus on a new fact like Workplace Bullying has hit all time highs. The number of reports has tripled in the last year and occurs in workplaces all over the country and at all levels. Harassment training videos can help reduce threatening behavior and the fear it provides to fellow employees has created problems with co-workers in the form of violence and also termination. These aren’t easy problems to solve but a harassment prevention training video is a good start and in the right direction.

A harassment training video like Let's Face it Harassment Training takes these issues at the root level. In harassment training videos, first there are employees who know what they are doing is wrong. They don’t need or want counseling. They want to simply continue what they are doing. The harassment training video will explain that this is unlawful behavior punishable by law and cause lead to termination. So then they can make their own choice to follow or not follow the harassment training video and if not the company is protected. Some harassment training videos advocate a grievance policy put in place to make it easier for reporting and the offending employee will know when they are on thin ice and correct their behavior accordingly.

Secondly, harassment training videos such as Opening Lines: Exploring Harassment identify people in the workplace that are partaking in bullying behavior and don’t realize it. In harassment training video these people can see themselves and understand where they are going wrong and make amends. Surprisingly this is often the case and employees see their behavior acted out in the harassment training video and no longer wish to be perceived this way to act in this manner.

Harassment prevention training videos can tackle a subject as sensitive as a new employee being treated improperly simply because they are new. Harassment training videos can show what is and what is not defined by law as harassment. To see current laws and legal definitions of harassment click on this link to the Department of Workforce Development. There are new definitions that cover various areas such as making a new employee feel unwanted and disrespected. A harassment training video demonstrates that the time wasted on such behavior can interfere with work-oriented goals. But often it leads to new employees losing ground and falling behind in their work costing the company time and money. But this isn’t the main place companies lose money.

Harassment training videos also identify that new employees that experience harassing behavior often become former employees. Without years invested in the company it is simply easier to move to another organization where they can be treated fairly and respected of the work they provide. A harassment training video shows how to avoid this situation. The hiring process to handle this is yet another cost the company incurs from tolerating such behavior in the workplace.

Harassment prevention training videos like You Can Stop Harassment can identify the highest cost, which are the lawsuits. Besides the millions of dollars in lawsuits a company can experience, the reputation is hard to leave behind. People aren’t anticipating working for a company with a reputation for partaking in harassing behavior. And harassment training videos demonstrate whether it is because of the atmosphere it fosters or particular person lawsuits show up multiple times at the same company because these issues aren’t addressed.

The good news is a harassment training video provides solutions to workplace issues that cause problems for the individual employee and the company as a whole. Harassment training videos target strategies for finding resolutions first. For example in a harassment training video, managers are prepared with proper instructions and protocol to bring the parties together. Often resolutions and compromises are made early one when problems first arise.

Harassment can be any form of harassment, not just sexual. To see the full definition of harassment and what it includes click on the link here at what harassment includes. In most cases, managers need to become more familiar to resolve issues.  Managers must provide a resolution strategy in harassment training videos that move forward for both parties involved. There is a documentation process in harassment training videos that all organizations are wise to implement. It helps cover the company when and if a lawsuit should emerge. A harassment training video also help managers and other higher ups that get involved later, to pick up where others have left off in the resolution dispute process.

If none of these options in the harassment training videos work, managers are allowed by law to hand down the strictest of penalties to preserve the integrity of the company and the harassed employee. These can include but are not limited to the removal of company privileges, financial penalties, and even termination. It simply isn’t worth a company’s reputation or financial well being not to tackle these issues in a harassment training video to make the workplace a healthy environment for productive employees.

Harassment training videos can be implemented by many different organizations as they are geared towards the office, industry, and even government and healthcare organizations. There should never be a reason not to respond to any bullying, or harassing behavior to a fellow employee in a company. It is only a matter of time until it costs the company big in terms of losing valuable employees, causing a negative impact on morale or even leading to harm to a fellow employee.

A harassment training video can depict the workplace is an atmosphere that has to remain comfortable for all its employees. There is no tolerance for harassing behavior and the numbers show it. Carlton’s Training offers free shipping anywhere in the US and programs are tax free outside of California. To view other harassment training videos provided by Carlton’s Training Solutions, click here at the site Carltonstraining.com.