The Higher Calling of Workplace Harassment Prevention Training
How Going Beyond a Check-the-Box Strategy Can Improve Business Performance
There is a lot to consider when developing a strategy to prevent harassment in the workplace. You need to address a patchwork of federal and state anti-harassment training requirements that change regularly.
The social landscape is also evolving. As younger generations enter the workforce, they are placing a high priority on workplace culture and demanding more of their employers on social issues.
Watch the recent Skillsoft compliance webinar where legal experts Norman Ford and Janiece Attal discuss the Higher Calling of Workplace Harassment Training and explore modern approaches to building a safe and inclusive workplace.
In this session, we cover:
- The current state of workplace harassment training regulations and anticipated updates to these laws
- Why organizations should consider a broad approach to workplace culture training that encompasses topics like harassment, bullying, and discrimination
- What are the qualities of effective workplace harassment prevention training?
- How can we shift the focus of this training from teaching about regulations to changing behavior?