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Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here™
Sexual harassment can occur in businesses of all sizes and industries, with potentially devastating consequences. This program presents a series of compelling scenarios to provide the foundation your workforce needs to prevent and address such behavior before it escalates.
It's the Law™ - Program Introduction
Explains the responsibility of managers to know the law and how it applies in their workplace
PREVAIL!® Bank Overview
Bank personnel threats can come from both a robbery or an active shooter event. Staying safe in either situation is paramount. The key is to focus on the options you have in your workplace – and use the skills & response principles presented to overcome and prevail!
PREVAIL!® Understanding the Adversary™
When a shooting happens, it’s tragic, pointless and many times preventable. When these events happen, you might wonder, “What’s wrong with that person?”; “Why would someone do something like that?” We’ll take a closer look at the people who perpetrate these attacks and answer some of these questions.
Dealing with inappropriate art and pictures in the workplace.
And, You Are?
This vignette covers a union organizer on premises (on site visit). There is set-up vignette (showing the actual conversation) and then a resolution vignette (showing how the manager works through the issue).
Bad Day at Work
This vignette discusses the inadvertent compromising of confidential information (impending lay-offs, new product development, etc.).
Better Than Budget
This vignette looks at the scenario of budgets. With tight budgets, what do you do if you are under budget for the year? Spend the surplus? Get creative with spending?
Common ADA Questions (Hiring)
Answers the question,"Do you have to hire someone just because he or she has a covered disability, even if they cannot perform an essential function of the job?"
Common ADA Questions About Hiring
Help managers learn how to effectively handle and respond to tough ADA issues and guide them through the recruitment process.
Did You Hear About...?
How many times have you found out something about somebody you work with and - you don't mean to – but you start treating the person differently. Believe it or not, that could end up being a bad thing. Gossip in the workplace usually ends up bad...for everyone.
Did You Hear the One About?
This vignette effectively demonstrates the the point at which workplace jokes can cross the line and become harassment.
Did You Read That Story in the Paper?
Reacting to a disturbing performance review with veiled threats
The concept of inclusiveness within a diversity context; an example of why it's important to consider non-mainstream religion
Understanding the concept of "Equal Employment"; introduces the obligation to treat everyone fairly.
Everyone Does It
Copyright infringement is illegal. This vignette shows how an innocent phrase "Everybody Does It," can lead to big consequences.
FMLA - Key Actions to Stay in Compliance
Key actions discussed: Call your HR department whenever employees are out for 4 days or more, or whenever a potential FMLA issue arises. Make absolutely sure that your employees understand their rights and responsibilities under the law, by making sure they are in contact with HR. Always be fair and compassionate.
FMLA - Reduced Schedules & Leaves
One of the biggest issues that managers struggle with is the requirement to give reduced schedules or intermittent leave, especially in the case of chronic conditions, and how that may relate to the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. A serious health condition or disability may require an employee to work a reduced schedule.
FMLA - Returning to Work
As tempting as it may be, when an employee is on an FMLA leave, you can't demand that he or she come back to work; even if you offer to make a reasonable accommodation, like a flexible schedule or assignment to light duty work.
FMLA - What Qualifies for FMLA Leave?
You should not be the one to make a final determination on whether or not something is a "serious health condition." That should always be left to your HR department. However, you do need to have at least a working knowledge of what qualifies as a "serious health condition" and all the other reasons an employee's time off can be designated as an FMLA leave.