Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM Eastern / 8:30 AM Pacific
CLICK HERE to register.
Employers are generally liable for sexual harassment committed by their employees, even without being on notice. If staff aren’t trained properly, this could be a ticking time bomb for your organization.
Today’s positive evolution of acceptable workplace culture has encouraged many employers and governments to crack-down on workplace harassment. Depending on the state where your organization is located, you might be required to conduct sexual harassment training of your employees and even of your independent contractors. Regardless of state-mandates, training – and not just sexual harassment training – is vital to the success and viability of nonprofits.
Join us as we learn about today’s best anti-harassment training methods from Emily May, Executive Director of Hollaback!. Hollaback! was created in 2005 with a mission to end harassment. They work to understand the problem, ignite public conversations, and develop innovative strategies to curb harassment in the public square. They have learned to leverage the very spaces where harassment happens – from online to the workplace and even the streets – to have each other’s backs and build a world where we can all be who we are, wherever we are.
CE Credit: HRCI & SHRM
Speaker: Emily May, Executive Director, Hollaback!