WORKPLACE HARASSMENT & DISCRIMINATION PREVENTATIVE TRAINING AND EDUCATION
J.A. Investigative Services offers 20+ Workplace Harassment Prevention Courses. See our list of courses.
Our Workplace Harassment & Preventative Training provides a comprehensive approach to defining, identifying and preventing the following acts while in a place of employment:
- Harassment in the workplace.
- Sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Discrimination in the workplace.
- Retaliation in the workplace.
- Workplace violence.
In addition we will:
- Identify preventative measures.
- Discuss diversity, causes of harassment and how to address a complaint.
- Address consequences and employer’s responsibilities.
- Review your business/organization policy regarding the workplace.
- Increase awareness of workplace harassment.
- Identify prevention measures for harassment.
- Understand the law as it relates to harassment.
- Knowledge of Federal and State law compliance.
- Strengthen your position as an EEO Employer.
- Documented preventative training.
- Tax deduction for your business.
Flexible Training Options
- Our training materials are current. In our lectures, we utilize PowerPoint and video presentation.
- 2-hour, 4-hour and 8-hour courses.
- Our 2-hour training includes a lecture and feedback instructions.
- Our 4-hour and 8-hour courses include a lecture, feedback, and working-group instructions.
- Printed materials or study guides are recommended, although optional.
- Employee testing is optional.
- Training sessions can include 2 to 300+ employees.
- Short notice training may be available.
- Evenings to include 2nd and 3rd shifts, weekends and holiday trainings are available.
Our qualified instructors possess extensive educational and work experience to professionally present our training courses.
We offer our professional courses at affordable rates.
Webinars and virtual training COMING SOON!
Nationwide services available.
FACTS TO REMEMBER
Many research studies report that nearly 80% of workplace harassment/discrimination goes unreported.
Just because workplace harassment and discrimination incidents are not reported, does not mean that they don’t exist.