Join Jennifer for a quick chat about the NYS Free Sexual Harassment forms - Employee policy and Complaint form. Learn why she believes the proposed documents are not necessarily in the employer's best interest and may lead to unnecessary and unwanted claims by opportunistic employees.
http://blog.hr360.com/hr-blog/sexual-harassment-in-the-workplace Video Highlights: 1:28: The first step in preventing harassment is establishing a zero tolerance policy. Clearly state that NO form of harassment will be accepted at your workplace, including not only sexual harassment, but also harassment due to race, religion, ethnic background, age or disability. Publish the policy in your handbook and post it prominently on your company intranet or internal website. 1:52: Next, offer employees training in how to recognize harassment. Make sure they understand what types of actions and behaviors constitute sexual harassment and what things do not constitute sexual harassment. 3:36: Make this process as simple as possible for your employees by providing accessible points of contacts for employees to bring complaints. Your policy should also assure employees that they will not suffer retaliation as a result of any complaint made in good faith. Retaliation is against the law.
What is Sexual Harassment? Sexual Harassment explained. http://turnkeydoc.com/training-tutorials/sexual-harassment-training/ The law defines sexual harassment as unwelcome verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature that is severe or pervasive and affects working conditions or creates a hostile work environment. “Conduct of A Sexual Nature” is broken into 3 parts. Verbal, Visual and Physical. Verbal sexual harassment includes comments about clothing, a person’s body; sexual or gender-based jokes or remarks; requesting sexual favors or repeatedly asking a person out; sexual innuendos; threats, spreading rumors about a person’s personal or sexual life; or foul and obscene language Visual sexual harassment includes posters, drawings, pictures, screensavers, cartoons, emails or text of a sexual nature. Physical sexual harassment includes assault; impeding or blocking movement; inappropriate touching such as kissing, hugging, patting, stroking, or rubbing, sexual gesturing or even leering or staring. There are two categories of sexual harassment: The first is Quid pro quo, which literally means "this for that" It occurs when a boss uses job rewards, such as raises or promotions or punishment, such as demotions or firing to force employees into a sexual relationship or sexual act. This is sexual harassment. The second is Hostile environment, which is defined as conduct that unreasonably interferes with work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. For example, it may be sexual harassment if repeated sexual comments makes someone so uncomfortable that their work performance suffers or they decline professional opportunities because it will put them in contact with the harasser. In both types of sexual harassment, employees must prove that the conduct was offensive to someone, not necessarily the intended victim of the sexual harassment, Here is an example: Say a male employee tells a dirty joke to a female co-worker. She thinks it's funny, but a second woman passing by finds it offensive. That joke could contribute to a hostile environment claim simply because someone finds it offensive. There are two conditions that determine liability for employers in cases of hostile environment sexual harassment: The employer knew or should have known about the sexual harassment, and The employer failed to take appropriate corrective action. Having a sexual harassment training program as well as a clear procedure for reporting harassment claims can shield employers from expensive lawsuits. Visit us at www.turnkeydoc.com for more tips on how to prevent sexual harassment, training materials, as well as a complete library of company policy and procedures. Don’t forget to subscribe to our youtube channel for free video tips every month! http://youtu.be/d0pbHOliQu0 https://www.linkedin.com/company/turn-key-doc-inc-?trk=company_name https://plus.google.com/+Turnkeydoc https://www.facebook.com/pages/Turn-Key-Doc/298240720333688 https://twitter.com/turnkeydoc/ Sexual Harassment Sexual Harassment Training
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Brenham Texas - The ViDeO is going to be shaky, I was using my android phone holding it below my waist so that it wasn't obvious I was recording. Yeah I got a little nervous at one point. I had nowhere to go my back was up against the wall. When you watch the video keep in mind these just aren't two everyday Deputies, they're a lieutenant and a captain. High ranking officers that have been around for awhile. Captain Free is 3rd in charge of the department, has been an officer for over 40 years and once was a chief of police at a College. Deputy Eddie Ocanas employed for 12 years. Bad apples don't fall far from the Sheriff, specially when the Sheriff otto Hanak hand picked Deputy Free to work under him. A former narcotics investigator Kyle Kookemoor was suspected of taking meth from narcotics cases and using the meth. HE FAILED 3 DRUGS TESTS! Was he fired? NO! The sheriff allowed him to resign, and in turn saved his reputation and ability to be a peace officer. Now he is working as a school police officer in Burton Texas. Scott Ballard a local attorney and former district attorney who is a full blown alcoholic. He was arrested for DWI with his two children in the vehicle (2nd degree felony). When he went to Washington County jail for the night and slept a few hours in the library of the jail then was released on PR bond. (The case was swept under the rug and nothing was done to this idiot for putting his children in danger.) Is it really that hard to give a citizen a police complaint form? What are they doing? What are they afraid of? What are they hiding? There has to be more good cops out there? You took a oath, does that not mean anything to you? I don't expect all good cops to have the balls like Frank Serpico, but you can at least honor your oath! Do I hate cops or wish them harm? NO! I hate bad cops that give good cops a bad name. If those good cops at anytime turn a blind eye when they see a bad cop do something wrong, then those good cops have now become bad cops and that's sad. * Blue Egos Matter * A police officers job is just so hard, we just can’t expect them to be accountable to the people they’re supposed to be serving and protecting. How dare we question authority or demand transparency and accountability from the people who carry guns to enforce the laws of this benevolent government. 1st Amendment audit. deputy. Police Harassment. First Amendment audit. deputy. Police Harassment. Police Complaint. sheriff. police corruption. Police Harassment. 1st amendment audit. Kicked Out Sheriff's Office Making A Complaint. brenham. texas. brenham texas. washington county. washington county texas. Police Harassment. deputy sheriff. Kicked. bluebell icecream. otto hanak. sheriff hanak. scott ballard. brenham. texas. brenham texas. police harassment, 1st amendment audit, police harassment. filming police. 1st amendment audit. police. first amendment audit, police harassment. police officers. traffic stop. first amendment audit, id refusal, know rights. police the police. id refusal, police brutality, know rights. first amendment fail. know your rights dealing with police. film cops. film police. first amendment fail. police complaint, police complaint form. cop harassment. bully cops. freedom to film. police the police. illegal traffic stop, dont talk to police. know your rights dealing with police. cops with attitude, traffic stop. police the police. first amendment fail. police audit. police brutality. cop harassment.
Bullying, Harassment, & Civil Rights: An Overview of School Districts’ Federal Obligation to Respond to Harassment This video has been developed as part of collaboration among the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the Department of Health and Human Services. The video is designed to help schools, parents, and others who interact with kids understand the differences between harassment and bullying, and their legal obligations with respect to both. Schools have a responsibility to create safe learning environments for all students. When harassment is based on a protected class and creates a hostile environment, schools have an obligation under federal civil rights laws to take action. Please use the resources identified in this video to support your own efforts to address harassment and help us all build safe, supportive learning environments for our young. This video will help schools, students, and their families understand schools' obligations under federal law to respond to harassment.
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