It’s the law.
In Connecticut, if you employ three or more people, you have a responsibility to provide a harassment-free work environment.
If you employ 50 or more people, your company must provide sexual harassment prevention training for managers and supervisors.
Under federal law, sexual harassment is a form of illegal sex discrimination, and if you employ 15 or more people you have a responsibility to prevent and correct workplace harassment, with training recognized as an effective means.
But the bottom line is that if you allow harassment to thrive in your workplace, you will pay a high price in terms of employee morale, productivity, and litigation costs.
Our in-depth, three-hour workshop gives you more value for your money than any other program on the market, as it includes discussion on prevention strategies related to inappropriate workplace behavior other than conduct of a sexual nature. Disrespectful or harassing behavior related to an employee's age, religion, race, or medical history -- and even mere use of vulgarities -- are increasingly just as likely to land an employer in court.
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