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  • Third-party sexual harassment occurs when someone outside of the employer's organization harasses an employee in or outside the workplace. Such third parties may include customers, vendors, consultants, or anyone that the employer has a business relationship with. This video also highlights the active bystander/ally concept.

    #41 ID:2508
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Active Bystander / Ally, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • What do you do when a co-worker (or employee) takes compromising pictures of fellow worker and decides to post them on social media? Are you prepared for the fallout? Understanding how this behavior could be the basis of disciplinary action and even a hostile environment sexual harassment lawsuit.

    #42 ID:2509
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Interpersonal Skills, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Quid pro quo sexual harassment occurs when an employee's supervisor, manager, or someone else in authority offers or suggests that an employee will be given something, such as a raise or promotion, in exchange for some sort of sexual favor. This also includes refusing someone a promotion.

    #43 ID:2510
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Interpersonal Skills, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Joking can make the workplace fun, but it is also an area that can easily cross the line from being inappropriate to being illegal. People who work together sometimes engage in ‘harmless flirting’. As long as that behavior is welcome for those who are flirting, and those who are around to see it, it isn’t sexual harassment. When someone changes their mind, however, the welcomeness ends, and it’s time to stop.

    #44 ID:2511
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Sexual harassment can take place anywhere. Any gender can unlawfully harass another other gender. Women can harass men, women, and transgender people; men can harass women, men, and transgender people; and transgender people can harass men, women, and transgender people.

    #45 ID:2513
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Interpersonal Skills, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Social media is a powerful communication tool. Employees can (and do) post things that are best left unseen in the workplace. But what if co-workers begin viewing and discussing another employee's posts in the workplace? Inappropriate, unprofessional or illegal?

    #46 ID:2512
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Active Bystander / Ally, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Because appropriate touching varies so much among different people, the best advice is to keep close personal touch to a minimum and always on a professional level. For example, a congratulatory handshake or fist bump. Beyond that, unless you are absolutely sure that your contact is welcomed by the other person, it's best not to touch them at all.

    #47 ID:2514
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Even when subtle in nature, comments, body language, and tone of voice that imply something sexual is not appropriate in the workplace. These kinds of actions can easily lead to charges of hostile environment sexual harassment.

    #48 ID:2515
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Sexual jokes, innuendos or graphic stories could easily cross the line from simply inappropriate and unprofessional to unlawful... in a hurry! Understanding the line when it comes to workplace jokes is key to avoiding a sexual harassment lawsuit.

    #49 ID:2516
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • It’s important to remember that sexual harassment can take many forms. It can be verbal, as with jokes, comments, or propositions. It can be visual, as in written notes, cartoons, or objects. It can be electronic, as in e-mails, social media posts, and texts. And it can be physical, as with touching, gesturing, or leering and staring.

    #50 ID:2517
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Slapping any employee on the butt is inappropriate workplace behavior and should not happen with any employee! Unwanted touching, swatting, rubbing or any other physical action of this type spells trouble in the workplace. It’s best to keep physical contact to a minimum and always on a professional level. For example, a fist bump is generally appropriate when offering congratulations.

    #51 ID:2518
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • When a co-worker is constantly making sexual jokes and innuendos, then the inappropriate behavior is pervasive. If not addressed, the perpetrator (and the organization) could face charges of hostile work environment sexual harassment.

    #52 ID:2519
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Abusive Conduct, Harassment Prevention, Professionalism, Workplace Civility Closed Captioned Added: 6 months ago
  • Common questions often asked about workplace sexual harassment. The FAQ is a quick list of questions most asked regarding sexual harassment. It also includes the most common definitions often found in sexual harassment training.

    #53 ID:2574
    Topic: Sexual Harassment Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Tools & Take Aways Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Added: 4 months ago
  • We've taken of our ten best-selling discussion cards and created a pack of powerful, poignant and easy-to-use triggers for getting diversity, equity and inclusion conversations started! Each of the ten cards provides a simple model along with thought-provoking questions on various topics that will drive team cohesiveness. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement, performance management or as a conversation generator.

    #54 ID:2459
    Topic: Teamwork Learning Path: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect Type: Pocket Guides Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Communication, Diversity Dynamics, Inclusion & Equity, Respect Added: 14 months ago
  • Organizations are navigating a broad range of post-pandemic issues that span from keeping you and your customers safe to re-configuring business operations and getting things to a 'new' normal. This course is designed to provide you with practical inclusionary skills for recognizing and responding to tough situations you may face or witness within the workplace after a health scare or pandemic - as well as understanding the importance of new standards and policies (e.g. social distancing) put in place to keep the workplace safe.

    #55 ID:2437
    Topic: Inclusion & Equity Learning Path: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect Type: eLearning - Classics Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Onboarding, Unconscious / Hidden Bias, Workplace Civility, Workplace Safety & Awareness, Workplace Violence Prevention Course Level: Intermediate Seat Time: 40 Minutes Added: 16 months ago
  • The human body is designed to experience stress and react to it. Stress can be positive, keeping us alert, motivated, and ready to avoid danger. Stress becomes negative when a person faces continuous challenges without relief or relaxation between stressors. As a result, the person becomes overworked, and stress-related tension builds.

    #56 ID:2650
    Topic: Reducing Stress (Work & Life) Learning Path: Personal Performance Type: eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Employee Wellness, Mental Wellness & Health Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 7 Minutes Added: 10 days ago
  • Training INCREASES our ability to take appropriate action. It gives us a greater sense of preparedness, which will help with anxiety and stress levels - especially during violent situation. It helps us prevail! This course – and the videos you will watch during the training - are very realistic. You’ll see an armed intruder, weapons fired, injuries… and fear in each character as they do correct things…and some incorrect ones… when in an armed intruder situation.

    #57 ID:2138
    Topic: Workplace Violence Prevention Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: eLearning - Classics Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Armed Intruder / Active Shooter, Workplace Safety & Awareness Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 40 Minutes Added: 3 years ago
  • Studies have shown that having a diverse team is more innovative. But let's be real, finding and hiring diverse talent is often easier said than done. You may even be asking yourself, how can we get past potential bias and get the right talent in the door? And how do we keep them once we have them?

    #58 ID:2648
    Topic: Hiring & Recruiting Learning Path: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect Type: eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Inclusion & Equity, Interviewing, Unconscious / Hidden Bias Course Level: Intermediate Seat Time: 5 Minutes Added: 10 days ago
  • New Micro-Learning! Unconscious bias refers to a bias that we are unaware of, and which happens outside of our control. It is a bias that happens automatically and is triggered by our brain making quick decisions from data it gathers and then adding meaning to it.

    #59 ID:2126
    Topic: Unconscious / Hidden Bias Learning Path: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect Type: eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Inclusion & Equity, Learning Reinforcement, Respect Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes Added: 3 years ago
  • Now in Spanish! All employees must be willing to take personal responsibility for creating a respectful, productive work environment. Doing so leads to a high performing organization where people are valued for their talents and abilities. Creating a respectful workplace includes respecting the opposite sex.

    #60 ID:2653
    Topic: Respect Learning Path: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect Type: eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government Other Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Inclusion & Equity, Learning Reinforcement, Professionalism Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes Added: 10 days ago