MANAGING THE MOSAIC™ "Tapping the Potential of Today's Workforce" Specialists in Human Resource Consulting

In 1980, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued federal guidelines declaring sexual harassment an unlawful employment practice. In 1991, under Title VII, sexual harassment was expanded to include "hostile work environment."

Managing The Mosaic provides on site training for all levels of employees to ensure understanding of the personal and legal implications of sexual harassment.

Upon completing the training session, participants will be able to:

  • Define sexual harassment and offensive behaviors considered harassment
  • Learn the effects that harassment has on people
  • Examine personal feelings about sexual harassment
  • Promote the concept that sexual harassment of any type is a form of discrimination and cannot be tolerated
  • Discuss your organization's policies and procedures related to sexual harassment

Participants learn through numerous media including video vignettes portraying various types of behaviors in the workplace that could become sexual harassment, written case studies and role plays. This provides a participative overview of all aspects of sexual harassment.

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