Workplace Bullying

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Red A Workplace Bullying Video
  4. Toxic Talk - What Would You Say
  5. Workplace Bullying Made Simple

    Workplace Bullying Made Simple

    $295.00

    <h2> Description</h2> <p> <b>What&#39;s Included:</b> DVD, Facilitator&#39;s Guide, Post Training Quiz, Training Acknowledgement Form, Sample Workplace Bullying Policy <br /> (Program length: <strong>6 minutes</strong>)</p> <p> <b>Topics:</b> Harassment, Bullying</p> <p> Workplace Bullying Made Simple is a short but comprehensive workplace bullying prevention video that covers every aspect of the important topic in just 5 and a half minutes.</p> <p> Workplace bullying is not a new problem, but only just recently has the plague of bullying at work been quantified. Conservative estimates put the loss in productivity at over a billion dollars in the USA alone. Decline in employee morale, loss in productivity, employee turnover, health problems and loss in organizational reputation are just a few of the problems that the bullying causes.</p> <h2> Key Learning Points</h2> <ul class="learning-points"> <li> Taunting, teasing or making jokes about a co-worker.</li> <li> Sabotaging another employee&#39;s work or copying, plagiarizing or stealing work</li> <li> Deliberately isolating or excluding a co-worker from work related activities.</li> <li> Yelling, screaming, sarcasm, or other verbal abuse</li> <li> Menacing a co-worker with threatening looks, gestures and body language.</li> <li> Hazing or initiations</li> <li> Unreasonably creating conflict or refusing to work with a co-worker.</li> <li> Physically threatening, shoving, striking, or touching a co-worker</li> <li> Gossiping or spreading rumors about co-workers&hellip;</li> <li> The planting of false information or using private or confidential information to defame a co-worker.</li> <li> Setting unrealistic standards and deadlines which are unachievable or that are arbitrarily changed without notice or reason.</li> <li> Giving excessive, unreasonable and unending amounts of work to a subordinate employee.</li> <li> Deliberately denying a co-worker the resources necessary to do their job effectively.</li> <li> Ignoring, ridiculing or belittling a co-worker&#39;s contribution or deliberately failing to acknowledge their good work.</li> <li> Giving unjustly negative performance appraisals or taking unwarranted disciplinary action.</li> <li> Singling out or treating a co-worker differently</li> <li> Holding a subordinate employee to different standards than their peers.</li> <li> Excessive, unneeded and negative micromanagement that undermines an employee&#39;s ability to their job.</li> </ul> <h2> This Item is Part of a Series</h2> <p> Check out these other items in the series:</p> <ul class="series"> <li class="first"> Made Simple Series: Workplace Bullying, Harassment &amp; Sexual Harassment (entire series)</li> <li> Sexual Harassment Made Simple</li> <li> Harassment Made Simple</li> </ul> Learn More

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