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Third-Party Harassment

It’s important to have clear policies and procedures to prevent, address, and resolve third-party sexual harassment and to educate and train your employees on how to handle such situations. It's also important for employees to report any incidents of third-party sexual harassment to their supervisor and/or Human Resources. By doing so, both the employee and the employer can protect their rights, dignity, and interests.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Managing Risk

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why the organization must have clear policies and procedures in place to prevent, address, and resolve third-party sexual harassment.
  • Learn the significance of employees reporting any incidents of third-party sexual harassment to their supervisor and/or human resources.

Interactivity

  • Audible Narration
  • Linear Navigation
  • Integrated Video
  • Interactions and Activities
  • Post-Assessment

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Third party sexual harassment is a form of sexual harassment that occurs when someone who is not an employee of the organization, such as a customer, client, or vendor, harasses an employee. This can create a hostile, offensive, or intimidating work environment for the target of the harassment, and affect their performance, well-being, and rights.

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Additional Information

Third party sexual harassment is a form of sexual harassment that occurs when someone who is not an employee of the organization, such as a customer, client, or vendor, harasses an employee.
The organization must have clear policies and procedures in place to prevent, address, and resolve third-party sexual harassment, and to educate and train their employees on how to handle such situations.


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