Management’s Role in Preventing Harassment, Discrimination and Abusive (Bullying) Behaviour
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Management is responsible for the behavior of its employees and must learn the laws regulating training. In addition, management needs to set an example by learning from the training. This course is designed to not only teach managers and supervisors their responsibilities in preventing inappropriate behaviors; it also provides the training necessary in that area.
Identify the laws governing this training, Discover what management must provide itself and its employees and learn to recognize the subtle forms of harassment, discrimination and bullying behavior.
Who Should Attend
Management at every level in an organization from lead/supervisor to CEO.