If you’re truly committed to preventing harassment, it’s essential to stay informed about changes in training regulations and grasp the requirements and upcoming developments. To illustrate, Chicago has recently introduced new mandates, New York has revised its rules, and Colorado has essentially made training mandatory, among other recent changes.
In this webinar, you will gain insights into how the evolving regulations in harassment prevention training present both new challenges and opportunities. For instance, one of these opportunities is bystander intervention, which empowers employees to actively participate in preventing harassment.
Littler’s Kevin O’Neill and Kantola’s CEO Sarah Rowell also delve into how to adapt your overall training program to align with the new training and policy requirements. Additionally, they discuss optimizing manager-specific training for maximum impact. Kantola is proud to have a collaborative partnership with Littler, the world’s largest labor and employment practice.
- Examine how these recent requirement are impacting businesses nationwide.
- Understand the implications for your organization, including:
- Bystander intervention training
- Manager training and the role of supervisors
- The overall program implementation, including the incorporation of updated policies.
- Learn how to address misconduct at an early stage to prevent it from escalating into severe incidents—providing protection for all.
- See why a focus on managers remains crucial in driving positive change.
- Find out how to reinforce learning and maintain employee engagement year after year.
- Understand why training not only serves to prevent harassment but also contributes to building greater resilience and enhancing overall performance.