An Employee’s Responsibility
Sexual Harassment: Awareness, Perception & Prevention
Video, Leader’s Guide with sample agendas, discussion questions, exercises, role-plays, handouts and acknowledgment of training certificates.
(Program length: 21 minutes)
An Employee’s Responsibility features 10 subtle sexual harassment vignettes and explores the question of welcomeness, appropriateness, and the critical do’s and don’ts in preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. Each vignette demonstrates a questionable situation and features both the alleged harasser’s and alleged victim’s perspective. An HR Consultant, Attorney at Law, and two employees discuss each situation and provide insight into stopping sexual harassment in the workplace. At the conclusion of each video, the vignettes are replayed without the narrative, providing trainers with the ability to create customized programs and lead discussions tailored to meet the needs of their distinct audiences.
Key Learning Points
- Awareness of what sexual harassment is – not only the legal definitions but also specific actions, behaviors, and words.
- Perception – what one person perceives as acceptable behavior may not be to another. Sexual harassment is about unwelcome behavior.
- Prevention. Prevention means understanding that any kind of sexually suggestive behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in the work place.
- Retaliation is prohibited.
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