Leading a Respectful Workplace
Course Abstract
Improve your work environment and reduce potential liability by encouraging a positive and respectful workplace. This course will educate managers on the types of behaviors and actions that are considered harassment in the eyes of the law and the important role they play in leading by example to ensure the workplace remains positive and free from harassment. This course is part of a comprehensive program that fulfills the California AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Law requirements.
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Educates managers on how to identify harassing or bullying behavior
  • Illustrates the negative chain reaction that occurs when a workplace becomes hostile and the impact on guests and profitability
  • Includes a “fact or fiction” exercise that addresses misconceptions about the types of behaviors or situations that must be present to legally constitute harassment
  • Uses interactive discovery and exploration to present the tools and strategies needed to lead a harassment-free workplace
  • Provides testimonials from managers about how they respond to claims of harassment in the workplace
Audience
  • Assistant Managers
  • General Managers
Length
  • 15-20 minutes
Features
  • Interactive discovery
  • Fact or fiction activity
  • Manager testimonials
Accessibility
  • English narration
  • Spanish narration
  • Onscreen text option
  • Mobile-ready
Programs
  • California Harassment
  • Leader Development
  • Manager Development
  • Manager Compliance

Includes discussion of bullying and its impacts