Create A Harassment-Free Workplace
Whether you are a member of the leadership team or an employee it is your responsibility to recognize and proactively defuse workplace harassment. That said, sometimes harassment is not all that visible — whether it happens in person or online.
In some cases, coworkers, managers, or leadership may not realize the extent of their actions as harassment to another person. For this reason, corporate social responsibility matters.
While the most basic types of harassment are verbal and psychological, there are also more serious forms, such as physical and sexual harassment. It is important to note that all types of workplace harassment are illegal and have far-reaching effects on employees, safety at work and an organization’s legal and financial stability.
Pick from our enormous library of safety microbursts, that include videos, images, checklists, assessments, and more to find the right harassment training for your organization.