Avoid Costly Litigation, Agency Action with Employee and Supervisor Training
to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, employees filed 82,792 more
discrimination charges against private-sector employers in 2008 than in 2007.
That's the biggest single-year increase in EEOC history!
But your organization can prevent costly discrimination claims with proper
training for your supervisors and employees. Question is, how do you justify
training costs to the top brass when everyone's looking for ways to tighten the
budget? Learn how to make the case for training your workforce with the FREE HR
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- When and how often should we train our management and supervisory
- Which issues should our training cover?
- Do the benefits of a training program justify the corresponding time and
- What methods of training are available, and what are the pros and cons
Importance of Training
Save the Date: Timing and Frequency
- An edict from the top (Supreme Court says training a MUST)
- EEOC charges on the upswing
- Dramatic changes in employment law mean more legal risks
Workplace 101: Essential Topics for Training
- Who you should train and when
- How often training should be conducted
Reconciling the Bottom Line: Cost vs. Benefit
- Harassment prevention
- Retaliation prevention
- Management and supervisor training
- Guidelines for developing training program
- How training can actually boost the bottom line
- The ROI on training
- Offsite classroom-based, instructor-led training
- In-house expert training
- In-house training by HR
- Online training
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