Don't let a harassment complaint wind up in court.
When it comes to sexual harassment, many supervisors bury their heads in the sand. They tell themselves that if it isn't a problem in their organization, they don't need to worry about it.
Don't wait until it's too late and you're staring down a lawsuit you could have avoided. Learn now how to prevent sexual harassment before it ever becomes a problem.
Dear Management Professional:
Sexual harassment complaints at work mean legal headaches for managers as courts scrutinize even the mildest sexually related joke or innocent touch between supervisor and employee. A manager who fails to handle a charge correctly may find his course being corrected in court.
Office romances, third-party harassment, hostile work environments and blocked promotions – the best way for managers to prevent sexual harassment at the office is by using a very strict approach.
Fortunately, with strict, clearly laid-out rules, you can make it clear to your staff: No touches, no cartoons, no online jokes, no sexual remarks of any kind. A manager is the best person to stop harassment, and you can discover how in What Every Manager Must Know to Prevent Sexual Harassment.
What Every Manager Must Know to Prevent Sexual Harassment provides you with useful tips and policies you can call upon when you encounter a harassment situation at work – before you and the employee wind up in court. Our 35-page Guide Booklet is a quick read, but it’s full of information to help you deal with even the touchiest situations.
In just minutes, you’ll be able to better discourage harassment by knowing what to do and what not to do, including providing your employees with sexual harassment preventative education and materials, working to keep your own attitude neutral and even getting the sexual stereotyping out of job descriptions. Lose any attitudes you have about which sex may be best for a job – better you than a judge and jury.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Analyzing Your Sexual Harassment IQ
Understanding Sexual Harassment
Patterns of Harassment
Attacking Sexual Harassment
Five Steps to a Cure
Liability in the Workplace
Investigating Sexual Harassment
Creating the Right Atmosphere
Putting Your Expertise to the Test
Scenario #1: The Unromantic Inspector
Scenario #2: Physical Contact Not a Key
Scenario #3: Sexual Stereotyping
Scenario #4: A Woman Scorned
Scenario #5: Non-Sexual Sex Harassment
More Lessons in Sexual Harassment
With this exclusive Guide Booklet, you will walk through common scenarios at the office and learn how best to spot and stop sexual harassment behavior. And now this Booklet is available to you at a special low rate – just $10, including shipping.
Don’t let the low price fool you: This handy booklet is packed with information that could avert a lawsuit or potentially explosive situation. Order your copy of What Every Manager Must Know to Prevent Sexual Harassment today!
P.S. Remember, there's absolutely no risk. If you don't see how you can stop sexual harassment in its tracks, we'll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you'll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. Don't let inappropriate behavior and threats of lawsuits derail your organization. Get your copy of What Every Manager Must Know to Prevent Sexual Harassment now!