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Third Party Harassment & Bigotry
When employees are subjected to slurs and other negative behaviors based on legally protected status—like race, national origin, religion, age, disability and gender among others—the organization has an obligation to prevent and protect their employees from these types of behaviors, including behaviors on the part of non-employees, such as customers.
Learning Path & Details
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
- Type: Video Vignettes
- Audience: General
- Available As: Download, USB, USB-2YR, USB-3YR
Suggested Industry Usage
- Understanding Diversity
- Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging
- Professional and Compliant Behavior
Training Files (10)
|Video Vignette||03:41 min||English||Demo|
|Video Vignette||02:40 min||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||10 pages||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||5 pages||English||Demo|
When racism or bigotry impacts an employee, the organization must step in and take corrective action. Whether its co-workers, customers or the general public, organizations have a clear responsibility to protect their employees. Employees need to know what to do in these situations.