Employees Rights and Responsibilities (1½ hours)
Deliver positive change!
With increased vicarious liability, accessory liability and ancillary liability, in relation to inappropriate behaviour & harassment, empower and protect both your staff and management teams.
SESSIONS DELIVERED AT THE RIGHT LEVEL AT EACH LOCATION:
For employees (from $120): 9.00 – 10.30am & 11.30am – 1.00pm
For team managers (from $170): 2.30 – 5.00pm
New Zealand: Auckland 21st Aug 2018 | Wellington 23rd Aug
Australia: Perth 30th August 2018 | Brisbane 4th Sept | Canberra 6th Sept | Sydney 11th & 12th Sept | Melbourne 18th & 19th Sept
Discounts for groups of 10 or more.
Course 1: PROVIDE EMPLOYEES WITH AWARENESS OF THEIR RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES
- How to recognise behaviours that characterise sexual harassment
- Peers: how to call out the behaviour if they see it, and how to improve team culture
- Potential victims: what they need to know, and what to do if it happens to them
Course 2: EQUIP TEAM MANAGERS & HR WITH ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES
- What to do if they encounter a sexual harassment issue
- To prevent inappropriate behaviour at work and improve your workplace culture
- To reduce risks contributing to sexual harassment, discrimination and workplace bullying
Short & affordable 1½ & 2½ hour town-hall style sexual harassment training seminars: interactive presentation, video clips & case study discussions.
Don’t underestimate the problematic nature of sexual harassment in the workplace.
It’s time to deliver positive change, and draw a line on inappropriate and harassing behaviour at work.
Following reactions to the #metoo movement, there’s only one way to address this increasingly prominent issue - to provide training for both staff and management.
Counter the rise of vicarious, accessorial and ancillary liability, in relation to inappropriate behaviour & harassment.
Empower and protect both your staff and management teams.
NZ: Auckland 21st August | Wellington 23rd August
AU: Perth 30th August | Brisbane 4th September | Canberra 6th September | Sydney 11th & 12th September | Melbourne 18th & 19th September
Dr Moira Jenkins, Director, Aboto Psychology and Workplace Conflict Management Services PhD; M. Psych. (Clin); Grad. Dip. Conflict Management; MAPS.
Dr Moira Jenkins is a clinical psychologist who also specialises in the area of psychological/mental health in the workplace, management of high conflict behaviours and dispute resolution. Moira specialises in the area of bullying and sexual harassment and she works closely with organisations, assisting them to develop inclusive workplace cultures and prevent and manage sexual harassment, discrimination and workplace bullying. Taking a risk management approach, Moira has assisted organisations to identify risks that may be present, that if not addressed, could contribute to sexual harassment occurring, and has helped number of organisations to develop specific polices and complaint procedures in relation to sexual harassment and discrimination.
Dr Jenkins is the author of the book Preventing and Managing Workplace Bullying and Harassment: A Risk Management Approach