Enroll now in the preventing and addressing workplace harassment and bullying training course and you’ll learn how to address, prohibit and remedy these actions.
Preventing and Addressing Workplace Harassment and Bullying Training Course
This preventing and addressing workplace harassment and bullying training course will cover what workplace misconduct rises to the level of actionable discriminatory harassment and what behavior constitutes more benign bullying; applying these principles to the prevention of workplace harassment and the avoidance of resulting litigation; preparing the best legal defense to unavoidable claims.
This activity is designed for Physicians, Dentists, Healthcare Providers, Practice Managers, Employees
Statement of Need: Common misconceptions as to what constitutes harassment, and what is actionable under the law
Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, physicians should be able to:
- Distinguish between workplace bullying and harassment
- Identify the detrimental impacts of workplace bullying and harassment
- Establish institutional goals with respect to prohibiting, addressing, and remedying bullying and harassment when they occur
Faculty: Lauren Moak Russell, Esquire
Associate from Young, Conaway, Stargatt and Taylor
Hardware/software Requirements: Mac or Windows
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