Western Growers University presents this train-the-trainer Harassment, Discrimination, and Abusive Conduct (HDA) workshop designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to train managers and non-supervisory staff in federal and state anti-harassment practices. Learn how to identify concerning behaviors, respond to complaints properly and build a healthier environment. Gain a deeper understanding of how to create a workplace free of sexual harassment where employees can feel safe to speak, grow and thrive. Understand how to:
- Describe and give examples of harassment, discrimination and abusive conduct in the workplace
- Stop harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation and other protected classes
- Protect those who report good faith complaints from retaliation
- List the costly consequence of not addressing complaints and conduct a complete and thorough investigation
- Apply best practices that support a more inclusive culture.
- Virtual Course
- Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
- Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
What to Expect:
- Participants will receive access to four customizable HDA decks
- Manager version in English
- Manager version in Spanish
- Employee version in English
- Employee version in Spanish
- Access to posters, brochures and fact sheets, both in English and Spanish
- Guidance on how to access the EEOC and state news feed
- Review state and federal case studies
- Receive a certificate of completion, worth 4 CEU
- Network with other industry professionals
Who should attend?
- Human resource professionals or harassment prevention consultants who have a minimum of two years of practical experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Designing or conducting discrimination, retaliation and harassment prevention training
- Responding to harassment complaints or other discrimination complaints
- Conducting investigations of harassment complaints
- Advising employers or employees regarding discrimination, retaliation and harassment prevention.
- Attorneys admitted two years to the state bar and whose practice includes employment law under FEHA and Title VII
- Law school professors or instructors who have either 20 instruction hours or at least two years teaching employment law under the FEHA or of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964
- 15% Early Bird Discount; Expires May 26, 2023
- Member: $561
- Non-Member: $731
- Regular Cost
- Member: $660
- Non-Member: $860
For additional questions, please contact Anna Bilderbach at firstname.lastname@example.org.