This training course covers the sensitive and important issue of bullying & harassment and is intended for all employees.
The consequences of not training your employees on this subject could be extremely damaging to your organisation.
These training materials will help develop the awareness and understanding of bullying and harassment for your participants and ensure you deliver a successful bullying and harassment training course.
All the training materials necessary to run your own bullying and harassment course:
Click to view the Training Pack documents you will receive
As well as the contents of the training pack listed above, you will also receive several case studies with this course.
Harassment and bullying behaviour in the workplace is unpleasant and offensive. It can affect an individual's professional performance and psychological welfare, and can be so destructive that the effects continue after work, devastating personal lives as well as careers. Harassment and bullying can result in low morale, increased sickness absence or resignations.
If a complaint is made to an Employment Tribunal, or civil proceedings taken to court, an organisation may also suffer expensive litigation, adverse publicity and a loss of customers. It is in everyone's best interests to have a workplace free of harassment and bullying.
These training materials set out to answer the common questions, concerns and legal implications of bullying and harassment in the workplace. They look at the issue of bullying and harassment from every point of view and help provide your participants with useful advice in dealing with issues as the victim of harassment, the organisation or the accused.
What is Bullying & Harassment? - Identifying the legal definition as well as what it means to the participants
What Actions Constitute Bullying & Harassment? - Reviewing several case studies and interpreting whether the actions might constitute bullying and/or harassment. Also looking at the methods used and actions which could be interpreted as bullying and harassment
Is it Strong Management or Bullying? - Understanding the need to be cautious in our management approach as well as providing specific advice on how to ensure actions are not viewed as bullying
The Impacts of Bullying & Harassment - Discussing the impact of bullying on the victim, the accused and the organisation. As well as the likely impact of false allegations
Manager Guidelines and Individual Responsibilities - Providing specific advice for managers and individuals to ensure that they foster an environment that discourages bullying and harassment
The Law Regarding Bullying & Harassment - Focusing on the legal aspects of harassment and how cases are brought against individuals and organisations
Handling Allegations of Bullying & Harassment - Six key actions to ensure that participants handle allegations in the correct manner. These will support any policies and procedures already in place
Dealing with Bullying & Harassment Scenarios - An examination of several case studies and the preferred actions to take in each case. This will help participants appreciate how to deal with cases from different perspectives i.e. if they are harassed, if they feel others are etc.
At the end of this bullying and harassment training course your participants will be able to:
- Highlight the importance of an environment where everyone feels safe from bullying & harassment
- Discuss how bullying & harassment is viewed in the eyes of the law
- Identify different methods that are used to bully and harass
- Understand your role in ensuring that bullying & harassment is eliminated
- Demonstrate how to deal with cases of bullying & harassment
Please Note: The legal definitions outlined in this session are based on UK law and although easily adaptable, should be purchased with this in mind.
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These training materials will be emailed out to you.