Smart employers recognize effective sexual harassment training is an important part of creating a workplace that is safe for everyone. Many organizations are experiencing a rise in workplace harassment complaints and strong training, whether legally required or not, is necessary to address harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment training serves many purposes – education, compliance with laws, and risk mitigation.
Join us for the next installment in our Workplace Spotlight series and get critical insights and best practices on the importance of effective sexual harassment training, including topics like:
- Does everyone in your organization know what sexual harassment is?
- Do they know what to do if they experience harassment directly or witness sexual harassment as a bystander?
- What are some best practices for an effective sexual harassment policy?
- What specific guidance do new laws have to help ensure employers provide adequate training on sexual harassment prevention?
- Compliance with laws:
- What state and local jurisdictions require employers to provide training? What are the requirements in Canada?
- How do the laws vary by jurisdiction?
- Risk mitigation:
- What are some best practices to have an effective complaint process?
ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management. Tap into our expertise to ensure you’re in the best shape possible for future workplace compliance changes that may come about along the way.
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