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Sexual Harassment 162 slides with Participant Handout

Sexual harassment is defined as any uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate (such as an employee or student). Understanding the difference between what is and is not sexual harassment, ones responsibilities as an employee and the consequences if harassment does occur will enable employees and managers to work in a comfortable environment.

Did you know that... 35% of women in full-time corporate sector jobs have experienced sexual harassment: As if that number weren’t appalling enough, an even higher percentage of certain subsets of women reported experiencing sexual harassment during the course of their careers, including 55% of senior-level women, 48% of lesbian women, and 45%. (MORE) In general, employees don’t report overwhelming confidence in their companies to properly investigate and address sexual harassment claims. But there’s also a gender gap there. While 70% of men think a claim would be fairly investigated and addressed, only 52% of women agree, and while 15% of men believe reporting sexual harassment would be pointless, risky, or uncertain, 30% of women said the same.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe what sexual harassment is exactly
  • Differentiate between sexual harassment and being courteous
  • Understand the federal and state laws that deem sexual harassment a crime
  • Learn that there consequences if you are found guilty of committing this crime
  • Learn what you can do if you observe and/or experience sexual harassment
  • Learn how to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace
  • Develop any immediate actionable items and any other action plans based upon this session

Glossary: 6 pages with 52 related terms (sample terms include)

Abuse, Aggravated Sexual Assault, Criminal Harassment, Date Sexual Assault, Emotional Abuse, Gang Rape, Gay Bashing / Bullying, Gender, Heterosexism, Incest, Psychological Abuse, Quid Pro Quo, Sex Discrimination, Sexism, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Harassment, Survivor, Threat, Unsolicited, Victim

The perfect companion to your presentation. Each ReadySetPresent glossary defines the relevant terms for each of our PowerPoint topics. This clear, concise and comprehensive resource offers you and your participants a common language. It's always nice to have your participants and you "on the same page" with the ability and confidence to understand and speak the lingo. Whether used before, during or after any session, this reference will add so much more value to your presentation and additional credibility. Each glossary goes above and beyond the content of the presentation . With these glossaries, you’ll never get stumped by a buzzword again.

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Keywords: aggravation, annoyance, bedevilment, bother, bothering, disturbance, exasperation, hassle, irking, irritation, molestation, nuisance, persecution, perturbation, pestering, provocation, provoking, torment, trouble, vexation, vexing

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Workplace Ethics 179 slides with Participant Handout

Does it appear that 'profit at any cost' is more important than running an ethical, fair company? Even if you don't think about Workplace Ethics, you can be pretty sure that someone in your organization does.Workplace Ethics affects organization's culture, relationships, public image, teamwork, productivity and much more. In fact, good ethics is good business. Workplace ethics are also called “business ethics”.

Did you know that... If you work 40 hours a week from age 20-65 you will work just over 90,000 hours in your lifetime.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand what workplace ethics compasses.
  • Why you should be ethical and what you get out of being ethical.
  • Identify how ethics affect teamwork, productivity and the public image.
  • Understand ethic codes, values and ethic programs.
  • Learn how to set up and implement ethic programs, and how to deal with its special challenges.
  • Explore different ethical styles and learn how to address and resolve ethical dilemmas.
  • Learn how to make moral decisions.
  • Follow guidelines to create an effective code of conduct.

Glossary: 4 pages with 34 related terms (sample terms include)

Accountability, Bribe, Business Ethics, Caveat Emptor, Code of Conduct, Code of Ethics, Conflict of Interest, Ethics Program, Fraud, Gray Area, Integrity, Morals, Ombudsman, Transparency, Values, Whistle-Blower, Workplace Ethics

The perfect companion to your presentation. Each ReadySetPresent glossary defines the relevant terms for each of our PowerPoint topics. This clear, concise and comprehensive resource offers you and your participants a common language. It's always nice to have your participants and you "on the same page" with the ability and confidence to understand and speak the lingo. Whether used before, during or after any session, this reference will add so much more value to your presentation and additional credibility. Each glossary goes above and beyond the content of the presentation . With these glossaries, you’ll never get stumped by a buzzword again.

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Some slides get distorted during conversion from PowerPoint to video. The quality of the video does not represent the actual PowerPoint file that you will receive upon purchase.

Keywords: Value, Crime, Punish, Fairness, Regulate, Law, Insure, Productive, Behave, Prejudice, Confidence, Care, Suffer, Harm, Injure, Valuable, Analyze, Address, Decide, Implement, Accuse, Wrongdoing, Decision-making, Attention, Solve.

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