Workplace Harassment Training
Harassment training starts and ends with workplace culture.
Shuttleworth & Ingersoll offers workplace harassment training as a service for workplaces of all types and sizes. Harassment training is an important and necessary component of establishing a healthy workplace culture. Often, the most effective type of harassment training is preventative, although reactive training may be necessary.
Training packages may be arranged for a fixed fee depending on the needs of the workplace, and may include a discovery process, a review of company policies, and training for the executive team, managers, and all employees.
Mark always does a nice job of relating to your business and tying it into his subjects and presentations. Mark's trainings are not only in-depth, but they also make a great impact on employees and are entertaining!! You never feel like you have to ‘sit’ through a training when Mark Hudson is involved; you KNOW it will be a great experience and you will enjoy it! I highly recommend Mark!!
Mark Hudson is phenomenal! The Mississippi Valley HRA refers to him as our “Rock Star!” Mark has the ability to present complex issues in a way that is easy to understand and remember. He engages his audience by sharing real life examples to emphasize the purpose of his training, and each person attending is encouraged to ask questions and walk through their own “sticky-situations” they are facing.
As recommended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), our harassment training packages are designed to meet the following objectives:
Harassment training for managers and supervisors:
- Provides easy-to-understand and realistic methods for dealing with harassment that they observe, that is reported to them, or of which they have knowledge or information, including description of sanctions for failing to use such methods
- Provides clear instructions on how to report harassing behavior up the chain of command, including description of sanctions for failing to report
- Encourages managers and supervisors to practice “situational awareness” and assess the workforces within their responsibility for risk factors of harassment
Harassment training for all employees:
- Describes illegal harassment, and conduct that, if left unchecked, might rise to the level of illegal harassment
- Includes examples that are tailored to the specific workplace and the specific workforce
- Educates employees about their rights and responsibilities if they experience conduct that is not acceptable in the workplace
- Describes, in simple terms, the process for reporting harassment that is experienced or observed
- Explains the consequences of engaging in conduct unacceptable in the workplace
Harassment training for executive leadership:
Executive leadership training allows your organizational leadership to engage in frank and direct conversations about workplace culture as it relates to harassment, civility, and other related topics. This 30-60 minute session assists your organization in developing the cultural messaging and key principles to establish a workplace free of harassment.
Contact Mark Hudson with questions
Contact Senior Vice President and Attorney Mark Hudson with questions.
Office phone: (319) 731-2230