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Sexual Harassment (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 162 slides with Participant Handout

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Sexual Harassment (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation
162 slides with Participant Handout

Harassment in the workplace is the precursor to a hostile work environment. Understanding the difference between what is and is not sexual harassment, ones responsibilities as an employee and the consequences if harassment does occur will enable employees and managers to work in a comfortable environment. Webster’s Dictionary: uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate (such as an employee or student).

Learning Objectives:

Describe what sexual harassment is exactly.
Differentiate between sexual harassment and being courteous.
Understand the federal and state laws that deem sexual harassment a crime.
Learn that there consequences if you are found guilty of committing this crime.
Learn what you can do if you observe and/or experience sexual harassment.
Learn how to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace.

PowerPoint Presentation Slides Include:

Definition/s of sexual harrassment
Learning objectives for this presentation
3 points on the definition of sexual harassment
16 warning signs and 27 points on the types of sexual harassment
29 points on classes of sexual harassers and 22 points on harassers and victims
7 points on hostile work environments and 47 points on complaint procedures
26 points on case studies and 17 statistics plus thoughtful quotes
7 points on what to do if accused and 10 phrases that are dangerous
49 points on effects of sexual harassment charges
38 points on sexual harassment in other countries
16 action steps and much more.

This specific PPT Presentation includes: 5 diagrams/charts, and 12 high resolution photographs -- (a $120.00 value).

20 Additional New Content Pages:

Etymology – Sexual / (Page 7)
Etymology – Harassment / (Page 8)
Anyone Can Be a Victim / (Page 9)
Anyone Can Be a Harasser / (Page 10)
Why Sexual Harassment Occurs / (Page 11)
False Accusations / (Page 12)
Intent Vs. Impact / (Page 13)
No Excuses / (Page 14)
Stoplight Diagram / (Page 15)
Sexual Harassment Can Be… / (Page 16)
Third Party Harassment / (Page 17)
Questions to Ask Yourself / (Pages 102-103)
To Avoid Sexual Harassment / (Page 104)
Reasonable Person / (Page 105)
Office Romances / (Page 106)
Assessing Sexual Conduct / (Pages 107-108)
Charged with Sexual Harassment Graph / (Page 132)

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Sexual Harassment (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 162 slides with Participant Handout

  1. 1. SEXUAL HARASSMENT readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. Describe what sexual harassment is exactly. Differentiate between sexual harassment and being courteous. Understand the federal and state laws that deem sexual harassment a crime. readysetpresent.com Program Objectives ( 1 of 2 ) Sexual Harassment 2
  3. 3. readysetpresent.com Program Objectives ( 2 of 2 ) Sexual Harassment 3 Learn how to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace. Learn what you can do if you observe and/or experience sexual harassment. Learn that there consequences if you are found guilty of committing this crime.
  4. 4. A CHALLENGE Please Write A One Sentence Definition For “SEXUAL HARASSMENT.”
  5. 5. readysetpresent.com Definition (1 of 2) Sexual Harassment 5 Webster’s Dictionary: uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate (such as an employee or student). Sexual advances, favors, and/or verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature. Define Sexual Harassment:
  6. 6. readysetpresent.com Definition (2 of 2) Sexual Harassment 6 Violation of both state and federal law; illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for employees: “prohibits employment discrimination based on race, sex, color, national origin or religion.”
  7. 7. readysetpresent.com Etymology ~ Sexual Sexual Harassment 7 The word “sexual” came from the Latin word, “sexualis” in the 1650’s. It was first used to describe a person’s sex. However, in 1766, it began to be used to mean “pertaining to copulation or generation.” The phrase sexual harassment came to be in 1975. Online Etymology Dictionary
  8. 8. readysetpresent.com Etymology ~ Harassment Sexual Harassment 8 The word, “harass” came from the French word, “harasser.” It is likely to be from the Old French word, “harer,” meaning “to set a dog on.” It was first used in the 1610’s. The word “harassment” was first used in 1753.
  9. 9. While it is true that more women are victims than men, anyone can be a victim. Men are often ashamed to report harassment because they think that only women are subjected to it. readysetpresent.com Anyone Can Be a Victim Sexual Harassment 9
  10. 10. readysetpresent.com Anyone Can Be a Harasser Sexual Harassment 10 While, more men are sexual harassers, women can commit sexual harassment too. Sexual harassment can come from a manager, a peer, or even from a lower level employee. When sexual harassment comes from a manager, employees are often afraid to speak up.
  11. 11. readysetpresent.com Why Sexual Harassment Occurs Sexual Harassment 11 Sexual harassment usually occurs due to an imbalance in power. Often, sexual harassers are using their behavior to dominate others and show their power. Sexual harassment is rarely romantic. While it can be due to failed relationships, it is more frequently an attempt to make someone feel inferior.
  12. 12. readysetpresent.com False Accusations Sexual Harassment 12 Sometimes, people file false claims of sexual harassment. All claims deserve attention, and employers are responsible for investigating all claims, whether or not they turn out to be false. No claims should be doubted because all claims are serious.
  13. 13. readysetpresent.com Intent vs. Impact Sexual Harassment 13 The intent of a behavior does not determine whether or not it is sexual harassment. The impact of the behavior determines whether or not it is sexual harassment. Saying “I didn’t mean it that way,” is not an excuse if it had a negative impact.
  14. 14. “She asked for it by dressing provocatively!” “I didn’t know he/she would take it that way! “Boys will be boys…” “He/she led me on!” “No means yes!” readysetpresent.com No Excuses! Sexual Harassment 14
  15. 15. readysetpresent.com Stoplight Diagram Sexual Harassment 15 Stop! No Means No! Caution! Borderline Sexual Harassment! Safe Behavior!
  16. 16. readysetpresent.com Sexual Harassment Can Be… Sexual Harassment 16 Peer to peer. Boss/manager to employee. Employee to boss/manager. Male to Female. Female to Male. Same sex. Third party.
  17. 17. readysetpresent.com Third Party Harassment Sexual Harassment 17 Vendors. Visitors. Repair people. Delivery people. Customers or clients. Third party harassers include: The employer is responsible for dealing with third party harassers just as they are responsible for dealing with other kinds.
  18. 18. WARNING SIGNS?
  19. 19. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT US AT readysetpresent.com readysetpresent.com

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