This course will benefit all staff.
At the end of this holistic workshop, learners will be able to discern the need for a set of personal, societal and business-related behaviours with particular emphasis on sexual harassment and etiquette in general.
Based on the Draft Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work.
Definition Defining various categories of harassment The different types of harassment What the Law says Explanations through case studies The profile of bullies and harassers The impact of this behaviour on victim, harasser and company
Sexual Harassment in the workplace What beliefs lead to this behaviour Debunking myths and stereotypes Our constitution and human rights with reference to sexual harassment The profile of a typical victim
Cyberbullying< What constitutes Cyberbullying Why it is essential that the knowledge is spread now Ways to combat Cyberbullying Myth buster and fact
10 Common Forms of workplace bullying and how they show up From jokers to outrage sabotage and intimidation, often people do not even realise their behaviour is toxic and will now be illegal Understanding the concept of bullying The Power dynamic issue
Racial Harassment and Discrimination Understanding what constitutes racial harassment Understanding the approach to avoid racial harassment
Resources and Assistance for Handling Harassment Two methods of handling complaints Informally, the harasser can be approached and asked to stop Formal, the victim approaches the appropriate person to lodge a formal complaint The company policies CCMA legislation Civil litigation
This full-day workshop helps us to understand the challenges and harness the strengths of doing business in a multi-cultural society whilst highlighting the differing perspectives people hold with regards to sexual harassment and diversity as a whole.
This course explores latent prejudices and encourages the delegates to move into a solutions-based mode through discussion and sharing of real-life situations. The modules covered assist the delegate in identifying appropriate behaviour in the workplace, what is likely to lead to conflict and how to address it professionally.
Prices include VAT @ 15% All our full day open hosted workshops commence at 08:30 and end at 16:30. Virtual Seminar times are flexible. For inhouse workshops we will travel for anything between one and 16 delegates. All course material, lunch and refreshments are provided, if applicable.