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Making open threats against a manager.
Promotes the responsibility of manager to communicate harassment policies and handle any harassment issues immediately.
This vignette covers union authorization card signing. There is set-up vignette (showing the actual conversation) and then a resolution vignette (showing how the manager works through the issue).
A newly approved vendor sends an expensive gift to an employee. This vignette addresses the perceptions (and sometimes the reality) of accepting gifts.
Crossing personal boundaries with an employee puts everyone at risk – the manager, the employee, and the organization.
Digitally Remastered! As managers, supervisors and team leaders, there are times when we have to make some pretty tough calls. It just goes with the territory. And when we're faced with those kinds of situations, we have to make sure we don't let short-term gains, like closing a big sale, completing a big project or hitting a production quota, take priority over the long-term integrity of the organization.
How a massage may be interpreted as inappropriate touching.
When humor goes too far and becomes inappropriate teasing and/or hazing.
Digitally Remastered! You know, one of the things that's easy to forget is that our team members pay attention to every little thing we say and do. Like it or not, we set the example. And when we ask an employee to do something that's questionable—like making up an excuse because we've forgotten something or don't want to deal with someone— it has an impact. It might not seem like much at the time, but all those "little tears" can eventually begin to rip our organization's integrity fabric to pieces. As leaders, we need to hold ourselves and our peers accountable to make sure that doesn't happen.
This vignette shows an employee who felt he was targeted or assigned specific territories because of his race. The law prohibits organizations from assigning primarily minorities to predominantly minority establishments or geographic areas.
When an employee makes a claim of sexual harassment or participates in an investigation related to a sexual harassment claim, you must treat that employee with the utmost care.
Selecting the right vendor is strategic and often a long process. This vignette tackles the issue of using a certain vendor based on a personal relationship with the vendor. We see how this can negatively impact the organization.
Inappropriate comments about sexual orientation.
Excellent example of why behaviors such as back rubs, pinching, patting, grabbing, stroking, rubbing, and caressing are forms of physical contact not appropriate in the workplace.
Retaliating against an employee who reports a safety violation.
Dealing with third-party harassment.
This vignette shows same sex harassment and also shows how a supervisor knew of the behavior and incorrectly advises his employee to handle it himself.
In this vignette, an employee puts a co-worker in a tough spot by faking illness in order to get non-requested time off for her dream vacation.
This vignette discusses using inaccurate information - even though it's wrong to do so. Sometimes there is information that should not be kept confidential.
Many people have misconceptions about retaliation in the workplace. It is up to you, as a person in a leadership position, to recognize these behaviors and take appropriate action.