Are you an HR Professional?
Have you heard? We are pre-approved!
Join us for our upcoming Please Advise and walk away with the tools to recognize harassment and retaliation, how to intervene, and how to respond in a productive manner to make positive change.
- Date: Friday, June 7, 2019
- Time: 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
- Location: Catharsis Productions Offices: 805 N Milwaukee Ave, 2nd floor. Chicago, IL 60642
- Early bird rate (until May 17): $199
- After May 17: $249
- HRCI recertification hours (CEU’s): 1.5
The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Unfortunately, sexual harassment is present in many work spaces. Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature. Regardless of gender, class, race, sexual orientation, ability, belief, or ethnicity, sexual harassment can affect one person or many in a work, learning, or living space.
Creating a Healthy Environment
Everyone in the workplace is part of the solution to ending sexual harassment and creating a culture of respect. This training will help participants identify sexual harassment and other toxic workplace behaviors. Participants will understand that each individual is responsible for creating a more respectful environment where everyone thrives. Finally, through scenarios and group practice, participants will understand how they can intervene to lessen harm and increase respect.
This training defines the problem, teaches how we can use our power to make a change, and redefines the rules for ending harassment and discrimination so we can make a positive difference.
The goal of Please Advise is to help your organization create a respectful environment. By the end of this program, participants will:
Understand sexual harassment, microaggressions, and privilege and where they come from.
Understand how we can contribute positively to our community by intervening when we hear, see, or read harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or a microaggression.
Walk away with the tools to recognize harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or a microaggression and how to respond in a productive manner to make positive change.
Understand how they can personally contribute to a more equitable learning, working, or living environment.