SHRM: 7.5 PDCs
HR KNOWLEDGE DOMAIN
HR Expertise (HR Knowledge)
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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.
- 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 non-retaliation policies.
- Explore requirements for reporting and determine effective compliant procedures.
- Implement an effective harassment training program for managers and employees.
- Assess and mitigate in order to minimize or prevent harassment in the workplace.