Category: Workplace Training

Legal Defense vs. Behavioral Change?

Legal Defense vs. Behavioral Change?

The New York Times recently published an article about growing numbers of videos on sexual harassment. According to the piece, there is an increasing emphasis on using high-quality talent and high production values as companies strive to develop a response to increased awareness of the issues, thanks to the #MeToo

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4 Ways to Make Your Training More Sustainable

4 Ways to Make Your Training More Sustainable

Too many employers are always operating in reactive mode when it comes to workforce civility training. After a potential liability incident, they realize that their training has been lacking, and they push an extensive training session program on their employees. That, or they only prioritize workforce civility training every now

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What to do when your training isn't working

What to do when your training isn’t working

If you’ve landed on this article, you might have a sneaking suspicion that the workforce training you’ve been using hasn’t been very effective. Maybe you were expecting a certain change in employees’ behavior after the training, but it hasn’t happened. Or maybe you just want to find out if there’s

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6 Ways to Make Your Sexual Harassment Training Better

6 Ways to Make Your Sexual Harassment Training Better

To help colleagues and employees understand what behavior is appropriate in the workplace, experience has shown that clarity and guidance are necessary, especially on such an important issue. That’s why sexual harassment prevention training is such a foundational step in building a culture of civility at your workplace. Good sexual

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5 Tips for Preventing Retaliation Claims

News about job-related retaliation claims might not snag as many headlines as shocking cases of sexual harassment or racial discrimination in the workplace. But retaliation cases, which deal with employees being punished for legally protected actions made at work, make up almost half of all workplace discrimination charges. State and

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What is Workplace Civility Training?

An annual poll conducted by Weber Shandwick and Powell Tate KRC Research reported that 93% of Americans feel that “civility” in today’s society is problematic. In our divisive and politically charged climate, this type of offensive, ill-mannered behavior is on the rise, and while not illegal, the hostile environment it creates

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