He’s Big…Really Big

He’s Big…Really Big

Gossip / Discussing Personal Traits (Weight) of Co-Worker

Discussions with co-workers that ridicule or disrespect anyone because of a protected class status can be offensive and lead to an accusation of discriminatory harassment. Insensitive remarks about an overweight co-worker can lead to the perception of harassment.

Learning Path & Details


  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
  • Fostering Inclusion & Respect
  • Managing Legal Risk

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Training Files (14)

He's Big... Really Big!
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette01:24 minEnglishDemo
He's Big... Really Big!
Video without narrator
Video Vignette00:46 minEnglishDemo
He’s Big… Really Big!
Discussion Guide
Workshop Material 7 pagesEnglishPreview
He’s Big… Really Big!
Video Discussion Questions
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Additional Information

It is not clear cut under the law whether obesity always meets the definition of a “disability,” but it is clear that “regarding” someone as disabled, even when they are not, is a form of discrimination.

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