What You Need To Know About Sexual Harassment and Discrimination seminar
February 12 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sexual harassment in the workplace is illegal under the anti-discrimination laws of Massachusetts as a form of sex discrimination. Massachusetts law
also prohibits sex discrimination in the workplace, including same-sex sexual harassment. The law also encourages the development of a policy guide as well as preventative training.
This intensive three-hour training session reviews best practices for managing communications and behavior to avoid incidents of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The session also details the employer responsibilities to both within a company and outside of it, investigate any complaint of sexual harassment as well as manage a positive work environment free of harassment and discrimination.
This session is a must-attend for executives and senior managers responsible for their employees as well their team’s performance in this area.
- Key Take-Aways
• The laws and regulations concerning sexual harassment and discrimination
• The responsibilities of the employer and other managers within a company related to sexual harassment and discrimination
• Key steps to building a positive work environment
• Requirements for developing a policy guide and for in-house training related to sexual harassment and discrimination
Frank Levesque is a director with Blum Shapiro, a Human Resources
Consulting Practice, providing human resources and people strategies and
solutions for clients throughout Massachusetts and New England. He is a
Senior Certified Professional in Human Resources (SHRM-SCP) and certified Emotional Intelligence EQi-2.0 trainer and coach.