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Eliminating Workplace Sexual Harassment (Self-paced/Online)

Date:
Location: Online


In partnership with:
 
Ryley Learning
 
Four ten-minute animated episodes tell the stories of employees at Future Generation, a leading (but fictitious!) manufacturer and retailer. Follow true-to-life characters in a range of scenarios as employees and managers witness, experience, and address workplace sexual harassment. Interactive, gamified activities ensure the message sinks in.

Engaging, Interactive Learning:
Follow true-to-life characters in a range of animated scenarios as employees and managers witness, experience, and address workplace sexual harassment. Interactive, gamified activities ensure the message sinks in. More details here.

Program Preview:

Episode 1: Everybody Loves a Funny Guy
Everybody at the Future Generation head office loves Paul and his sense of humour. No matter what kind of crisis the office goes through, Paul always keeps his cool and helps lighten the mood. But what happens when the office funny guy’s jokes about new employee Cassandra cross the line?



Episode 2: You've Got Male
Samir is a first-rate salesperson at a Future Generation retail outlet who loves his job – until a co-worker, James, makes him uncomfortable by making crude comments about women in the store, and about Samir. Samir doesn’t want to rock the boat, but he knows his co-worker’s behavior is not ok, and that comments that reinforce gender roles constitute workplace sexual harassment.



Episode 3: A Ross by Any Other Name
Ross is the manager of the Future Generations warehouse, beloved and incapable of harm. To speak his name evokes a smile, and stories of his charm. What happens when Ross becomes too friendly with Jasmine – an employee under his direct supervision?



Episode 4: The Customer Isn't Always Right
Andy is an openly gay salesperson at the Future Generation head office. He is a valued member of the team and handles many major accounts. When an important potential client makes an off-colour joke about a photo of Dylan, Andy’s husband, Andy doesn’t know what to do. Luckily Andy and his manager Suzanne have the training they need to understand that comments based on sexual orientation are sexual harassment – even if they come from an important client.

 
 

Course Fee*

Format

CPD Hours

CPHR BC & Yukon
Member Rate $49.00

(Plus any applicable taxes.)

90-Day Access to Online Interactive Learning
Gamified reflective exercises ensure the important points stick.

2.0


*Fees are approximate and subject to change without notice.
 
Questions or Enquiries?
Please contact info@ryleylearning.com or call +1-844-929-9555 / 416-929-9555
 
 
 
 
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