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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. 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
  3. 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
  4. The HR Case File Series with Catherine Crier

    HR Case File with Catherine Crier 4 Part Series

    $1,495.00

    <div class="product_desc"> <p> The H.R. Case Files programs on Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fail Labor Standards Act, the Family Medical Leave Act and Sexual Harassment are all now available in DVD format. The DVD&rsquo;s are multilingual; these DVD&rsquo;s include both the English AND Spanish versions on one DVD.<br /> Court T.V.&rsquo;s Catherine Crier hosts each of these programs. Formatted in the style of fast-paced prime time news features, each video covers the important details of these employment laws and includes a real life example of their application with employees.<br /> <br /> This exciting new series of comprehensive training programs covers the key areas of employer liability for potential legal challenges. Every manager and supervisor needs this critical information in order to perform their jobs legally and effectively while reducing the risk of lawsuits, productivity problems and reduced employee morale. <br /> <br /> Help your organization attain safer legal ground by providing your management team with this entertaining and informative training series. Each video comes in a deluxe package and all four can be purchased separately. Deluxe packages include a Leader&rsquo;s Guide with PowerPoint presentation and 10 Desk References or Handbooks</p> <h4> Series Includes 4 Programs with Catherine Crier:</h4> <ul> <li> ADA Case Files (23 Minutes)</li> <li> FLSA Case Files - (23 Minutes)</li> <li> FMLA Case Files (19 Minutes)</li> <li> Sexual Harassment Case Files (22 Minutes)</li> </ul> </div> Learn More
  5. It's Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Employees

    It's Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Employees

    Regular Price: $795.00

    Special Price: $695.00

    <p> With recent legal changes, and the ever-increasing need to confront sexual harassment issues in the workplace, the challenges to extensive training have grown. The answer is It&rsquo;s Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment, a comprehensive and updated tool for managers and employees alike. This series uses real-world situations and a knowledgeable host to help your organization understand and stop sexual harassment behavior. Settings include office, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, education, and hospitality.</p> <p> Join our host as she explains the law, and then introduces 14 real-world scenarios to illustrate the most common sexual harassment issues confronting organizations today, including inappropriate touching, slurs, jokes, computer-related materials, and much more. Clear, concise, and thorough, this version teaches employees how to recognize and stop sexual harassment in their work environment.</p> <p> KEY LEARNING POINTS</p> <ul> <li> In-depth understanding of the key definitions of sexual harassment</li> <li> The negative effects of sexual harassment on organizations and individuals</li> <li> How to recognize and discourage illegal behavior</li> <li> How to respond to sexual harassment from both the employee&rsquo;s and manager&rsquo;s perspectives</li> <li> Fostering a safe and comfortable work environment</li> <li> Judging behavior as a reasonable person</li> <li> Proper procedures for reporting sexual harassment</li> <li> Prevention and response tools for unwelcome behavior</li> </ul> <p> <strong>Package Includes:</strong> 23 minute video or dvd, Comprehensive Facilitator&rsquo;s Guide and Reproducible Training Materials, PowerPoint presentation on CD-ROM, 10 Pocket Reminder Cards, and a Scenario-Only section following the core programs for customized training.</p> Learn More
  6. 	 It's Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Managers

    It's Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Managers

    Regular Price: $795.00

    Special Price: $695.00

    <p> With recent legal changes, and the ever-increasing need to confront sexual harassment issues in the workplace, the challenges to extensive training have grown. The answer is It&rsquo;s Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment, a comprehensive and updated tool for managers and employees alike. This series uses real-world situations and a knowledgeable host to help your organization understand and stop sexual harassment behavior. Settings include office, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, education, and hospitality.</p> <p> Building on the extensive content of the employee version, this program delves deeper into the issues that confront supervisors and managers when dealing with sexual harassment. Each real-world scenario is followed by comprehensive discussions about tools, techniques and the powerful roles that managers and supervisors play in stopping sexual harassment.</p> <p> KEY LEARNING POINTS</p> <ul> <li> In-depth understanding of the key definitions of sexual harassment</li> <li> The negative effects of sexual harassment on organizations and individuals</li> <li> How to recognize and discourage illegal behavior</li> <li> How to respond to sexual harassment from both the employee&rsquo;s and manager&rsquo;s perspectives</li> <li> Fostering a safe and comfortable work environment</li> <li> Judging behavior as a reasonable person</li> <li> Proper procedures for reporting sexual harassment</li> <li> Prevention and response tools for unwelcome behavior</li> </ul> <p> <strong>Package Includes: </strong>27 minute video or dvd, Comprehensive Facilitator&rsquo;s Guide and Reproducible Training Materials, PowerPoint presentation on CD-ROM, 10 Pocket Reminder Cards, and a Scenario-Only section following the core programs for customized training.</p> Learn More
  7. It’s Not Just About Sex Anymore

    It’s Not Just About Sex Anymore

    Regular Price: $795.00

    Special Price: $695.00

    <div class="product_desc"> <p> <em>Harassment &amp; Discrimination in the Workplace </em><br /> <br /> Now - more than ever - employees must understand that there&#39;s far more to workplace harassment and discrimination than just sex. Is your organization prepared for this changing world? <br /> <br /> It seems as if, every day, the EEO and the courts expand the definition of harassment and discrimination. In this changing environment it&#39;s difficult to know - or understand what&#39;s allowed and what&rsquo;s not allowed at work. <br /> <br /> <em>Its Not Just About Sex Anymore</em> dramatizes employee behaviors that lead to formal charges and result in serious consequences for the individuals involved. It is an eye-opening experience for everyone in the organization to discover what is/is not acceptable in today&#39;s workplace and what their responsibilities are concerning harassment.</p> <h3> Learning Point Highlights</h3> <ul> <li> Examines types of workplace discrimination that are often overlooked</li> <li> Explores how harassment and discrimination impact the entire organization</li> <li> Provides guidelines for employers to deal with discrimination issues</li> </ul> <p> Using dramatic examples in white and blue collar, hospitality, health care, and retail settings, this video will protect your organization by communicating everyone&#39;s legal responsibilities and is for training on diversity as well.</p> <p> <strong>Running Time: </strong>17 Minutes</p> </div> Learn More
  8. Let's Get Honest & He Said, She Said Training Package

    Let's Get Honest & He Said, She Said Training Package

    $1,095.00

    <p> FINALLY, a video combo that looks at the REAL DILEMMA facing today&#39;s workforce: How to put your sexuality on hold at work while living in a sexually charged world.</p> <p> We are exposed to a daily barrage of media images and advertising messages, all designed to appeal to our sexuality. And yet, when it comes to work, we&#39;re expected to check it at the door, like a coat we take on and off at will.</p> <p> There are plenty of training programs that deal with preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. They define sexual harassment. They give examples. Some teach managers how to create a harassment-free workplace. Some teach sexual responsibility.</p> <p> But the LET&#39;S GET HONEST package is the first to address how difficult it is to live in a sexually-charged society while working in an environment that is supposed to be void of anything sexual.</p> <p> <b>Let&#39;s Get Honest: A Motivational Video - 15 minutes</b></p> <p> LET&#39;S GET HONEST sets a whole new standard in sexual harassment training. A beautiful program, it is remarkably human in its approach and message. It speaks candidly to employees regarding the difference between their work life and personal life. Engaging, insightful and occasionally humorous it offers employees a real world perspective, presenting surprisingly honest solutions to a variety of workplace issues ranging from flirting and dating to clueless behavior and predatory harassment. It offers employees real tools they can use immediately to help themselves be on their best behavior at work. Also included are 8 expanded training scenes for use in a workshop setting.</p> <p> 6 Ways to Check Your Sexuality at the Door</p> <p> Filter before you speak</p> <p> Clueless is no excuse</p> <p> No means no the first time</p> <p> My private life is private</p> <p> If it&rsquo;s not about business, it&rsquo;s none of your business</p> <p> Harassment ends when you SPEAK UP!</p> <p> <b>He Said, She Said: An Interactive Sexual Harassment Workshop - 26 minutes</b></p> <p> HE SAID, SHE SAID has been designed to help employees evaluate their own conduct as it relates to sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior at work. Seven interactive scenarios use riveting performances and twisting plot lines to subtly challenge employees&rsquo; beliefs and perceptions. As employees progress through each scenario they first hear from the alleged victim as they present their view of the events in question. The DVD pauses and employees are asked to come to an initial conclusion. Discussions follow, which allow conflicting points of view to be aired and explored. Then as the scenario continues, employees are forced to explore for the facts and read between the lines as they hear from the alleged harasser and witnesses. In the end it becomes apparent that sometimes our bias, perceptions and behaviors may need to be re-evaluated.</p> <p> The interactive design allows trainers and/or learners to choose the style and pace of learning that best meets their needs:</p> <p> Choose Workplace Setting &ndash; Office, Industrial, Healthcare or Retail/Service available on every DVD</p> <p> Choose Auto-Pause &ndash; Pauses after questions to provoke discussion and probe learners&rsquo; beliefs.</p> <p> Choose With or Without Expert Opinion &ndash; Listen to the commentary or lead the discussion yourself.</p> <p> Full Package comes with the purchase of the DVD or VHS</p> <p> <strong>Package Contents:</strong> 15 minute Let&#39;s Get Honest: A Motivational Video or DVD, 8 Let&#39;s Get Honest Extended Training Scenes, 26 minute He Said She Said: An Interactive Sexual Harassment Workshop, 1 Trainer&#39;s Resource Guide, 10 Employee Handbooks, 10 Let&#39;s Get Honest Pocket Cards, 1 Sticky Note Pad</p> Learn More
  9. Sexual Harassment Case Files with Catherine Crier
  10. Sexual Harassment for Education (Administration version)

    Sexual Harassment for Education (Administration version)

    $845.00

    <p> <span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 19.200000762939453px; ">This clear-cut video makes&nbsp;students aware of potentially harassing behaviors for which they could be held responsible, answers their questions regarding sexual harassment and explains how to avoid the everyday situations that may provoke it.</span></p> Learn More

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Sexual Harassment Training Video

With over 100 million dollars spent on sexual harassment claims last year, a sexual harassment training video can assist in employee development that is required by law. It is essential to provide employees with knowledge to recognize what is the protocol for filing complaints. Carlton’s’ Training Solutions takes this subject very seriously and provides the best in Sexual Harassment training DVDs.

Sexual Harassment: Let’s Get Honest handles the gripping subject of  a sexual harassment training video in an open, honest manner. It deals with how to handle unwanted flirting and even predatory instances. And it is no surprise that now sixty-three percent of organizations offer employees a sexual harassment training video of some form. And now ninety-seven percent of companies have a written code of conduct for this very important subject. This very act of discrimination is a violation of title VII of the US 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Sexual Harassment: It’s Not Enough to Know Better educates employees using sexual harassment training DVDs but also underlines the ramifications and repercussions of engaging with that behavior. Everyone wants to work in an atmosphere free from harassing behavior. Sexual harassment training videos capture what a proper workplace should look like as well as when is inappropriate. It has been proven that companies that are able to work in that type of positive environment have experienced greater growth, increased employee retention and developed more creative business solutions. It’s no wonder that sexual harassment training DVDs have been such a hot button for organizations. To be competitive they have to protect their people.

Sexual harassment training videos like Beyond Sexual Harassment document serious circumstances of a good workplace gone wrong and can include an employee forced to leave a position because they would not give into ‘favors’ of another employee or superior. Sexual harassment prevention training videos can also demonstrate the results of a hostile work environment, which can lead an employee to not be able to perform their job to company standards. Other sexual harassment training DVDs demonstrate situations far worse where the company does not have a code of conduct or even a grievance system in place so the employee has no where to turn.

A sexual harassment training video like It's Up To You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Managers can offer a great alternative to a lot of these bad circumstances. Not only do sexual harassment training DVDs make it very plain what is acceptable behavior by the company for staff, it educates well-intentioned employees who may otherwise inadvertently offend of harass a fellow co-worker. The great advantage of providing a sexual harassment training video to human resources is that it also protects the company from a lot of liability as they have done their job by providing a film to assist in the process by utilizing a harassment prevention training video.

Another sexual harassment training video Sexual Harassment: You Decide conducts a great study involved in identifying the quality of life of those harassed in the workplace. The fear of coming to work can be chronic where psychological and even physical ailments can occur from just the thought of a workplace that is fraught with sexual harassment. Even the interrogation of a victim can cause irrevocable damage that can alter their feelings about the company and the work they do there. Sexual harassment training DVDs help in identifying potential situations before they can be costly.

A great sexual harassment training video like Sexual Harassment: A High Price to Pay is going to solve problems before they get to that point. The company’s goal should be to strive to use sexual harassment training DVDs to educate employees about their behavior in the workplace and how to avoid these disturbing outcomes. Ninety-percent of situations involved an employee who unwittingly committed infractions and had no idea of the harm they were doing. This is actually a good sign for it demonstrates that in most cases prevention in the form of a sexual harassment training video is the best remedy and has a high effective success rate.

Sexual harassment videos like Sexual Harassment: Is it or Isn't It don’t just train. They act as a third party, or eye that informs viewers on the decisions of characters set apart from themselves. In a sexual harassment training video, clear lines of conduct are drawn and when employees sees themselves in the characters they can identify and learn their actions are not the correct ones without having to be documented and told by a superior. Sexual harassment training videos thus allow change to be much easier and makes for more lasting transitions to positive behavior.

There are two recognized forms of sexual harassment that are portrayed in the sexual harassment training DVDs. First there is quid pro quo. This is when a job or promotion is used as leverage for compliance with a sexual demand. This can be seen in many instances. Other sexual harassment training includes depictions of the actual hiring process where the position seems to come with a very real price tag in favors for the hiring manager. Another sexual harassment training video demonstrates situations where the established employees that can feel the squeeze when a promotion or possibility of more money is apparent with a favor being the ultimate decider in the process.

Sexual harassment training DVDs like Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here can also be useful to identify the second form, which is hostile work environment. This occurs when a co-worker, supervisor or otherwise engages in unwelcome advances expressed in a verbal or physical manner. In one sexual harassment video, the behavior becomes threatening and aggressive as to make the environment for the employee being harassed unsuitable to perform their responsibilities.

Sexual harassment training DVDs like Sexual harassment: Awareness, Perception & Prevention focus on how to avoid situations by keeping employees informed and aware. It’s important to find ways of prevention first than dealing with the repercussions of not conducting proper sexual harassment training.

Despite sexual harassment training, in the year 2006, there were roughly twelve thousand reports filed for quid pro quo or hostile work environment. As one can imagine most cases are reported by women. However in that year men filed 16%. Since 2006 and the implementation of required sexual harassment training trends have dropped 3%. Either way it is a disturbing trend that needs to find a resolution quickly for businesses to function and perform at a high level.

Sexual harassment training DVDs like Sexual Harassment Case File with Catherine Crier are there to help create a workplace that is an opportunity for success and friendship. Employees create friendships that last a lifetime and create future job opportunities through their good work and connections at the positions they hold. A sexual harassment prevention training video can be instrumental in preserving this atmosphere of inclusion. There is no room for the other issues that can pervade a workplace. Not only do sexual harassment training videos keep an organization from losing productivity, which can undermine the team and company goals, but also it can prevent a great loss in personnel that causes an emotional drain as well as financial loss to the company.

A lot of that loss can be due to the stress that sexual harassment causes on women in general. As one can imagine, the bulk of sexual harassment suits are brought forth by women. In fact over 80% of cases involve the woman as being sexually harassed. This is just one thing that can keep women from the workplace and put them in a difficult situation in climbing the corporate ladder.

In regards to sexual harassment, the EEOC has set forth guidelines to make very clear what is and is not sexual harassment. The EEOC guidelines on this subject are quite clear and protect all those who have been harassed in the workplace. Hopefully this standard will be adopted by those in the workplace that are confused as to where the lines are and how they should not be crossed.

Sexual harassment training videos like Sexual Harassment: Handling The Complaint assists with retention and helps alleviate the sheer responsibility of going through the hiring process to find replacements is enough to make a company take care of this threat to their bottom line. Sexual harassment prevention training videos offer to do just that. Making sure new employees are brought up to speed and trained properly to perform the tasks of an employee who had to leave due to a hostile work environment is costly. And word gets around so it can keep profitable clients and potential employees from working with that organization. So now companies aren’t just performing more sexual harassment training because it’s the law, but because it works.

A sexual Harassment training video can help handle a delicate subject. Employees need to know they’ll be provided a safe and pleasant workplace. And a company needs to provide just that. Take advantage our free shipping now anywhere in the US and our sexual harassment videos and other programs are tax free outside of California. To view more Sexual Harassment training DVDs click here at Carltonstraining.com