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Sexual Harassment Prevention: Changing the Culture and Climate That Drives It

Author: Carly Sell, DNP, PMHNP-BC, William Cook, PhD

CE: 2.5 hours
Rated 4.6 out of 5.0 based on 11303 reviews

Course Summary

Sexual harassment is a form of unlawful workplace discrimination under federal law and sometimes state and local law. Sexual harassment may be based on sexual orientation, self-identified or perceived sex, gender expression, gender identity, and the status of being transgender. Sexual harassment is a global problem that pervades all industries and occupations, including the medical community. Sexual harassment is mostly driven by a culture or climate within an organization that encourages or fails to discourage harassment. There cannot be progress in reducing sexual harassment unless management and employees work together to change the culture and climate within the employer organization. An employer should have a policy that prohibits sexual harassment. Sexual harassment training may be mandatory in some states and should aim at changing the workplace culture and climate that tends to promote harassment.

Course Format

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Course Syllabus

  1. Introduction
  1. Rules Governing Sexual Harassment
  1. Defining Sexual Harassment
  1. Prevalance of Sexual Harassment
  1. The Workplace Culture and Climate
  1. Specific Forms of Sexual Harassment
  1. Verbal or Physical Harassment
  2. Conduct Rising to the Level of Harassment
  3. Quid Pro Quo or Hostile Environment
  4. Tangible Employment Action
  5. Harassment as a Single Incident
  6. Stalking Constituting Sexual Harassment
  7. Conduct that is Harassment
  8. Conduct that is Not Harassment
  9. Economic Harm and Employer Responsibility
  1. Setting a Higher Standard
  1. Effects of Sexual Harassment
  1. Effect on Employee-Victim
  2. Adverse Effects on Employee and Patient Care
  3. Personal Liability Stemming from Harassment
  1. Prevention of Sexual Harassment

    Policies and State-Mandated Training

  1. Managing Claims of Sexual Harassment
  1. Reasonable Investigation of a Claim
  2. Remedial Action
  3. Retaliation is Barred
  1. Case Studies: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  1. Workplace Stalking
  2. Was It Just a Prank or Sexual Harassment?
  1. Summary

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