Harassment Training

Thursday, 29 July 2021 9:00 AM - Sunday, 31 July 2022 11:45 AM [AEST]

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Thursday, 29 July 2021 9:00 AM - Sunday, 31 July 2022 11:45 AM [AEST]

Linear Harassment Training

 

Definition of workplace harassment

Workplace harassment can be a complex topic with many undertones, implications and implications. Therefore it is important to define workplace harassing and the different instances that occur in such situations. We will discuss the power structures and dynamics that lead to workplace harassment, as well as other areas. All employees will be able to recognize that harassment is more than just being bullied at work or having people shout at each other. This will enable them to recognize workplace harassment immediately, and prevent it from becoming too severe.

These are the right channels to handle such matters

Many companies have mechanisms that allow for disciplinary, legal, or psychological action. workplace harassment may sometimes require all three. Panels can be set up with strict adherence of due process. Grievances must be filed in a formal and accurate manner. The panelists must be selected from among their colleagues and be authoritative, as they will be the ones to resolve conflicts between employees who are unable to see eye to eye. The goal is to get the best outcome, and to reprimand or punish the guilty. Employees must be aware of their rights and what constitutes harassment in the workplace. They may discover, to their dismay, that certain actions are not considered harassment even though they may be harmful. For psychological actions, employees must have at least basic knowledge of psychology to help victims of harassment.

First signs of workplace harassment

Most people tend to hide their emotions away from others. This is understandable as they don't want their loved ones to worry. This tendency can be even doubled in companies due to the belief that professionalism must be maintained at every moment, even when it comes to workplace harassment. This can lead to psychological problems such as depression, suicidal thoughts, and other issues that eventually end in the favor of the employee. This can have more serious consequences for both employees and companies. Participants must work together to prevent workplace harassment.

Coping Techniques

Connected Knowing how to cope with workplace harassment is key. Coping with harassment at work is not about how you deal with others. It can also be about how you cope with yourself. Employees can overcome difficult situations by using communication, breathing exercises and lifestyle changes. These techniques will help employees be more resilient and able to keep cool under pressure. Participants will also learn new strategies to deal with tried-and-true methods.

Anger Management

Employees need to learn how to manage their emotions. This is especially important when things aren't going as planned. Because emotions, particularly anger, can impede their ability to think logically and prevent them from performing their duties as employees. Anger can also lead to workplace violence. This, as we all know, is not a good thing and must be addressed immediately. The training course will also address anger management and other situations that can trigger it.

Richard King