Top 20 Mistakes in Harassment Prevention Programs
Program ID 2882642
Friday, Oct 5th 2018
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm (EST)
1.0 Credits
Course Description:
On October 4, 2017, the allegations of serious sexual misconduct on the part of Harvey Weinstein broke. It was far from an isolated event. In the year since then, we have witnessed a litany of very serious allegations against many high-profile men who have been found to have engaged in a continuum of very bad behaviors. No reasonable person can deny that sexual harassment (and worse) is a persistent problem that is not limited to any one industry.

As a result, responsible employers are doing even more to prevent harm to their employees and others and to minimize their legal and reputational exposures. While a holistic attack on harassment is necessary in which we marry culture and compliance, this can be a deceptively-complex endeavor.

Employers must do what is right, but do not want to make admissions that can be used against them. Employers need to make sure that leaders understand that they cannot be passive bystanders but also must avoid paternalistic rescuing. Employers must take every complaint seriously and treat every complainant respectfully, but remember the rights of the accused, too.

This program focuses on 20 mistakes that some employers have made in trying to do the right thing with suggestions on how to avoid them and still do what is right.
Credits: 1.0 CA CLE; 1.2 NJ CLE; 1.0 NY CLE; 1.0 PA CLE; 1.0 HRCI; 1.0 SHRM
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Jonathan A. Segal
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