We Don't Want Him on Our Team!

Sabotaging - Bullying - Abusive Conduct

We all bring our own view of the world into work every day. And sooner or later, we're going to work side-by-side with someone whose background and experiences are light-years different from ours. But treating somebody with anything less than professionalism and respect - for whatever reason – is a big mistake.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

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

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TrainingBriefs® Not On Our Team!

TrainingBriefs® Not On Our Team!

We all have different experiences and backgrounds, and we may have different views on what is acceptable behavior. But failing to treat people with respect and professionalism, when due to a protected status, can easily lead to charges of discrimination or harassment. This course takes a look at how sabotaging someone’s ability to do his or her job can lead to an adverse employment action.

Training Files (14)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage
We Don’t Want Him on Our Team!
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette02:17 min EnglishDemo
We Don’t Want Him on Our Team!
Video without narrator
Video Vignette01:17 min EnglishDemo
Workshop Material5 pages EnglishDemo
We Don’t Want Him on Our Team!
Video Discussion Questions
Workshop Material2 pages EnglishDemo

Additional Information

Singling anyone out for isolation, gossip, ridicule - or worse yet – actually sabotaging their ability to do their job - can easily lead to an accusation of discriminatory harassment. And, if your actions result in things like the loss of a job, position, raise, or promotion - in other words, what we call an adverse employment action - your employer can end up on the wrong end of a discrimination lawsuit.


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