Video Library: Sexual Harassment
Employee Awareness: Sexual Harassment
Preventing Sexual Harassment: For Employees
Sexual Harassment: A Common Sense Approach (Employee)
Sexual Harassment — Your Employees Need to Know
- Employee Awareness: Sexual Harassment
#EM002 - VHS (19 min. 1993)
This video sensitizes employees to the issues of sexual harassment, answers the common questions and doubts of those who have not received training on the subject, makes employees aware of the effects of sexual harassment on coworkers and the overall working environment of the company, and uses techniques employed in actual employee training such as sensitizing offenders to the feelings of others and role reversal.
- Preventing Sexual Harassment: For Employees
#PR101 - DVD (16 min. 1992)
Most employees have heard the term "sexual harassment", but many of them do not know exactly what it means. More importantly, they may not be aware that some of the things they do might be considered sexual harassment. While most reported cases involve females being harassed by males, people of both genders, of an age and of any sexual orientation can be victims. This video discusses various forms of sexual harassment, explains how to avoid inadvertently sexually harassing someone and reviews the procedures employees should follow if they feel they or a co-worker are being harassed.
- Sexual Harassment: A Common Sense Approach (Employee)
#SH003 - DVD (25 min, added 2015)
This dramatic sexual harassment training video is designed to help your employees with both the gray areas and the obvious. Viewers will see realistic scenes that are clearly sexual harassment, and others that are probably just lapses in good judgment. Viewers will learn how to recognize sexual harassment, how to respond appropriately, and how to behave in compliance with the law and your company's sexual harassment policy.
- Sexual Harassment — Your Employees Need to Know
#SH001 - VHS (8 min. 1994)
Sexual harassment is against the law and costly to all involved. Covers:
- Definition of sexual harassment/workplace examples
- Your employees can confront a harasser
- Reporting harassment: encourage internal reporting, rather than involving legal system