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Sexual Harassment at Workplace - the New Paradigm
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Thursday, August 9th at 1:00pm EST
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In the U.S., all employers are obligated to maintain a harassment-free workplace for their employees at all times.  “Sexual Harassment” covers unwelcomed sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.  Although the law requires employers to maintain a harassment-free workplace, there are currently no federal laws which require employers to provide employees with Sexual Harassment Prevention Training.   Various state laws, such as those in California, do require periodic training for prevention of sexual harassment.

The prolific number of #MeToocomplaints still dominating the news and taking down powerful leaders from many industries has exposed workplace sexual harassment that has often been ignored, condoned, and hidden. The fact that so many of these stories originate in workplace settings suggests that both employers and employees have much to learn about how to create better workplace cultures that oppose and prevent this behavior.

Today, employers need much more than simple policies and training to create safe, inclusive and productive environments for all employees.


Complaints of sexual and unlawful harassment have been exploding with allegations being made against top executives like Harvey Weinstein and Steve Wynn. Could this happen in your organization? Sexual harassment is an issue that has been at the forefront of a social revolution (the “MeToo” movement) that has global implications. Whether you are a small local company or you have offices around the globe, the issue of sexual harassment is one that you undoubtedly will face and you need to be prepared.


  • The definition of Sexual Harassment

  • Federal Law

  • California Laws

  • Why Sexual Harassment is illegal

  • Identifying Sexual Harassment

  • Examples of Sexual Harassment

  • Internal Complaint Process

  • Supervisor responsibilities

  • The employer’s obligations and employee workplace safety responsibilities


Understand the social and legal background of sexual harassment at workplace through a review of critical state and federal cases; Identify the different types of sexual harassment;   Understand the interaction between sexual harassment and other laws such as assault and battery.  Critical developments and legal points in the law of sexual harassment.  Explore potential remedies – how not to approach the problem and avoid making a bad problem worse.


Appropriate for any industry or profession

  • Supervisors

  • Managers

  • Team Leaders 

  • HR Professionals


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