Harassment Avoidance and Retaliation Prevention

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Harassment Avoidance and Retaliation Prevention
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Harassment in the workplace has serious consequences, negatively impacting your company's image, worker morale, and potentially costly lawsuits. In this 50 minute video, Gail Cooperman, MLD, covers what your organization needs to know about harassment and its prevention.


**This is a proprietary video hosted on Merit's YouTube Channel. Once you purchase access to it, you will receive an email from service@youtube.com with instructions on how to view it.**


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Harassment in the workplace has serious consequences, negatively impacting your company's image, worker morale, and potentially costly lawsuits. In this 50 minute video, Gail Cooperman, MLD, covers what your organization needs to know about harassment and its prevention.

Designed in conjunction with the subject matter experts at Ufberg & Associates, a premier labor and employment law firm, this video analyzes four key components of harassment in the workplace:

  1. The current state of harassment in the workplace
  2. The different types of harassment: physical, visual, and verbal.
  3. How to identify and distinguish potential harassment risks.
  4. Your responsibilities in the event you receive a harassment complaint.

Using real-world examples, this video course covers everything your organization needs to know about harassment, avoiding harassment, and preventing retaliation in the event of a harassment complaint.

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Course Code PD207W50M
Duration 50 Minutes
Targeted Audience Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors, First line managers, Human Resources personnel, Everyone with managerial responsibility, Executives
Accreditations 1 CEU
Access Instructions This is a proprietary video hosted on Merit's YouTube Channel. Once you purchase access to it, you will receive a an email from service@youtube.com with instructions on how to view it.
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