Sexual harassment is classed as any unwanted conduct of a sexual nature and can be one of the most difficult situations to experience and deal with in the workplace, but more than this, all workers are protected by law against sexual harassment, meaning it should not be happening at all.
For the employer, handling accusations of sexual harassment can be very difficult with the potential for the business to be held liable as well as the perpetrator.
Over this course you’ll learn about what constitutes sexual harassment and how both employment law and criminal law provides protection. We’ll also look at statistics on the subject and how in general, management concerns fail to meet the seriousness of concerns raised, if they react at all. We’ll look at how allegations should be handled, and why clear and robust policies are vital. You’ll learn about investigation from an employer’s perspective, employment tribunals and the role they play, and we’ll conclude with some case studies to help highlight what constitutes harassment and look at outcomes where businesses failed to respond appropriately.
|Module||Module Name||Pass %|
|1||What Is Sexual Harassment?
|2||Examples and Research
|3||Dealing with A Complaint
|4||Policies and The Role of The Line Manager
|5||Handling Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
|6||The Law and Sexual Harassment
Why Choose DDR Consultants
We are a provider of online training courses and accredited by leading industry organisations, such as RoSPA, IATP, CPD, iiRSM and Gatehouse Awards. In addition to being recognised by leading organisations, we offer you the flexibility to complete our courses at a time that is convenient to you from any location with Internet access. Upon completion you will also receive a certificate stating your results.
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