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Workplace Harassment: Practices for Leading a Healthy Culture

SHRM: In-Person/Virtual: 7.5 PDCs
HRCI: In-Person/Virtual: TBD

Intended Audience:
HR professionals looking to develop and lead anti-harassment policies, practices and training in their organization.


HR Knowledge Domains:

HR Competencies:
Ethical Practices
HR Expertise (HR Knowledge)
Relationship Management

Program Overview
At a time when harassment is taking center stage, HR professionals need to be focused and proactive in mitigating organizational risk. Reduce risk by creating and enforcing effective anti-harassment, anti-bullying and anti-retaliation policies as well as drive preventative practices. Discuss the requirements of federal laws and their application to all forms of harassment. Establish a comprehensive workplace harassment prevention program. Implement a positive work environment to counter harassment and bullying incidents and ensure a safe atmosphere for all employees.

Program Objectives
- Apply federal, state, and local laws that address harassment.
- Employ strategies to prevent harassment, bullying, and retaliation in the workplace.
- Develop well-defined harassment prevention and nonretaliation policies.
- Explore requirements for reporting and determine effective complaint procedures.
- Implement an effective harassment training program for managers and employees.
- Assess and mitigate risks in order to minimize or prevent harassment in the workplace.

Program Outline

Program Schedule
Each Day: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

May 9-May 30: Held on Monday & Wednesday Evening | 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., ET

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**These are Seminar prices only and do not apply to the courses offered at SHRM conferences.

Transfers and Cancellation


Transfers are permitted one time only within the calendar year. Transfer requests must be submitted in writing via e-mail or fax, no later than 10 business days before the program start date. You may transfer into another program that will be held before December 31, 2018. If you are unable to attend the program to which you transfer, you may send a replacement. If you are unable to send a replacement, you forfeit your registration fee. All transfers must be made in writing using our online form or can be faxed to +1.703.535.6490.


All cancellations must be in writing using our online form or can be faxed to +1.703.535.6490. Should the program be cancelled, SHRM is not responsible for any penalty incurred by purchasing a nonrefundable airline ticket or related travel/personal costs. Confirmed registrants may cancel and receive a full refund minus a $250 administrative fee up to 10 business days before the program. If you find that you are unable to attend and it is less than 10 business days before the program start date, you may send a replacement to attend in your place. If you are unable to send a replacement, you forfeit your registration fee.

Delivery Options & Fees

1-Day Seminar

Apr 25, 2018
Alexandria, VA, USA info
Workplace Harassment: Practices for Leading a Healthy Culture

Apr 25, 2018


330 John Carlyle Street
Alexandria, VA 22314 

Member: $835.00

Nonmember: $1110.00

3-Week Virtual

May 9 - 30, 2018
3-Week Virtual, 7-8:30 PM ET

Member: $955.00

Nonmember: $1230.00


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