Content Manager Veronica Bocian sits down with Kantola’s CEO, Sarah Rowell to talk about the myths behind harassment prevention.
- Harassment Prevention
A powerful way to prevent harassment? Add bystander intervention training to foundational learning
While harassment prevention training fortifies workers with the knowledge they need, bystander training becomes the actionable takeaway.
Whether you’re searching for a training solution to comply with your state’s requirements or aiming to affirm your company values, you’ve likely come across a plethora of eLearning options and seen that formats range from simple slide-based courses to full video-based training and everything in between.
With the development of a new online course, Kantola and Littler have embarked on a journey to take online workplace harassment prevention training to a whole new level of learning. Set against an evolving social climate, the course sensitively showcases relatable real-life interviews and authentic scenarios to make an especially effective connection to the learners.
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Research: The State of Workplace Harassment 2021 from AllVoices
High-profile issues of harassment in workplaces seem to be hitting the news every week. But what about the issues of harassment that employees face every day, workers who pause with fear or anxiety before they step into their office or log onto their computer, concerned about what’s going to be said to them or about them, or what will be done to them?
Remote work can make harassment issues more difficult to witness and report. Every company needs to be prepared.
- Diversity, Equity & InclusionHarassment Prevention
The impact of race-based hair discrimination in the workplace
Black women continue to face discrimination in the workplace attributed to their hair texture or hairstyle. However, as Ashley Alese Edwards notes in Glamour, “It’s not really about hair, and it never has been.” This is an issue of racism. This kind of discrimination results from explicit and implicit biases, microaggressions, and racially discriminatory policies—in this case, “racialized standards of professionalism” that disproportionately affect Black women.
Kantola Training Solutions was proud to be featured in a piece on the growing awareness of sexual harassment by KRON 4’s JR Stone.