Course in Creating & Supporting a Culture of Respect: For Managers & Staff
One of the most effective ways to prevent workplace harassment is for employers to educate and empower employees on how to respond to inappropriate conduct. The #MeToo movement underscores the importance of training managers and employees how to identify and report inappropriate conduct before it escalates into harassment. Have your employees received effective training?
ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS:
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, anti-harassment training could help your company mitigate unnecessary risks, legal exposure, and media scrutiny. As Lawyers for Employers™, Lane Powell’s nationally recognized Employment Team has designed training to empower employees to recognize unwelcome conduct and confront it. Our managerial training teaches easy-to-remember steps to report and remedy complaints long before they escalate to painful circumstances or costly litigation.
Our training goes beyond typical “anti-harassment” training that uses legalese and tells employees what not to do. Our training instead focuses on what employees can do to create and promote a respectful and productive environment. We also train employees, both managers and staff, what to do if they witness or become aware of inappropriate and unwelcome conduct. Our live training recounts real-life cases where managers either made the right or wrong decision, and the resulting consequences. Training deliverables include:
As Lawyers for Employers™, Lane Powell brings years of experience litigating and resolving harassment claims. We exceed client expectations by providing personalized and effective trainings, which build upon lessons from the trenches on how these claims could have been avoided in the first place.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to any member of our Employment Team to discuss how we can partner with your company to help keep you out of the headlines and create and maintain a respectful workplace that’s good for business.
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