Harassing and bullying behaviors represent the epitome of a difficult situation for any organization. Teach staff and teams on any level that harassment will not be tolerated, and utilize this program as a tool to discuss actions and consequences as well as prevention strategies. With this training, employees will be able to recognize sexual harassment early, and know what to do should they witness or be the victims themselves of any unwarranted, harassing behaviors.
Bullying, harassment and especially sexual harassment is unacceptable in any workplace. But many people don't realize when the line is crossed. And what can someone do if they are bullied? These four outstanding dramatized case scenarios presented in Difficult People and Situations: Bullying & Harassment will provide triggers to help identify bullying and enable people to discuss strategies for reporting and overcoming it. Bullying and Harassment is part of the Difficult People and Situations Series.
Case 1: Rachel and Mark - 5 minutes
Mark is a senior consultant, but his manager makes him feel humiliated. He talks to his father but is reluctant to go to HR.
Case 2: Mike and Judy - 2 minutes
Judy is upset about the way Mike speaks to her. It is making her feel sick about work.
Case 3: Kim and Jane - 2 minutes
Kim and Jane are peers but Kim is making it awkward for Jane who likes to do her job well. Is this bullying?
Case 4: Mike and Claire - 6 minutes
Mike is Claire's boss and up until recently they often laughed and joked together. But now he has started asking her out, requesting her to stay back from work and even move her desk closer to his. Claire stands up to Mike but is unsure of the future.
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