Code of Ethics 2:
About the course
Preventing harassment and building respectful cultures are two sides of the same coin. Employees are starting to feel more empowered to stand up against harassment—not just by calling for change, but by changing their own workplace behaviour. Over the last years, employees have become more vocal and open about harassment issues and less tolerant of bad behaviour. In this course we will discuss Anti-Harassment as a necessity for HR agendas aiming at achieving inclusive cultures
Contents - Topics
Introduction: New Light Shining on Harassment
In the past years, more people have spoken out, reporting harassment in the workplace, demonstrating the scope of the problem and demanding that companies do a better job of handling and preventing harassment.
Lesson 1: Promoting Anti-Harassment in the Workplace
In order to implement anti-harassment into your corporate agenda, you should take the pulse of your organisation, refresh your policy, train and communicate with your employees and, finally, respond to harassment incidents and follow up with the victims.
Lesson 2: Anti-Harassment Case Studies
Study a couple of case scenarios to see how other organisations have employed anti-harassment policies and practices.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Describe how recent attempts on combating harassment have affected the workplace.
Understand how you can apply certain changes in order to make anti-harassment part of your corporate agenda.
This course is addressed to
Talent Recruiters and Trainers
HR Departments' Employees