Demonstrate knowledge of types of Harassment in the Workplace
Understand federal and state laws of Harassment and implications.
Apply concepts to recognize Harassment and prevent it in the Workplace.
In this Workplace Harassment Training, you will gain an understanding of your legal obligations and the vital role that each individual plays in maintaining a workplace free from harassment. We’ll cover relevant laws related to discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Legally, workplace harassment is defined as any unwelcome conduct based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. In the United States, federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) govern workplace harassment.
Recognize and Prevention
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In this course, you will learn to understand different types of workplace harassment, recognize them and learn how to prevent them. You will also gain knowledge about federal and state laws regarding harassment and their implications.
This course is intended for any student or employer that requires annual training to meet federal guidelines, as well as those who wish to enter any workplace, such as offices, warehouses, etc.
This course aims to help individuals understand their legal obligations and contribute to creating a workplace free from harassment. It reviews the legal framework that governs discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, and uses interactive case studies and discussions to help learners understand these behaviors and their roles in preventing them.
Harassment compliance training is essential to reduce a company’s liability to harassment claims. It helps create a respectful and secure work environment free from all forms of discrimination, violence, and inappropriate advances. Furthermore, it’s a directive given by the US Supreme Court that companies must provide effective anti-harassment training for employees and managers.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal organization in the United States responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws, emphasizes the importance of having and consistently enforcing anti-harassment policies in companies. They suggest providing harassment awareness training as part of a larger strategy to resolve the issue of workplace harassment, rather than being deployed as an isolated solution.
he course is taught by Wendy Bell, a certified coder with accreditation through AAPC. She has over twenty years of experience working in healthcare across multiple specialties. Wendy is also active in her local AAPC chapter, where she has served in leadership and educational roles.