You do not want to be the next company on the evening news! The only way to ensure that does not happen is by clearly communicating to your employees your company’s anti-harassment policy through effective anti-harassment training, so they understand what will and will not be tolerated.
Let’s be clear on one thing. The conversation with employees on your company’s harassment policy cannot just be a one and done training; it must be an ongoing message that is incorporated into your company culture. Harassment, discrimination, and bullying in the workplace should all have a zero-tolerance message in your workplace – without exception.
Again, it must be stressed that communicating your anti-harassment policy to employees is paramount. Our speaker, Lori Kleiman, has over 30 years practicing as an HR consultant, and will be providing focused training on this critical and timely topic.
- Follow best practices and have a formal anti-harassment policy in your employee handbook.
- Learn how to communicate your anti-harassment policy to employees.
- Discuss your employees' rights and responsibilities.
- Discuss how to customize your policy and review and deliver it frequently.
- Get employees involved in the process.
Lori Kleiman, MSHR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Lori Kleiman’s HR mantra comes from her innate no-nonsense approach and 30+ years of experience as a Human Resources consultant and entrepreneur running human resources departments of all sizes. Lori has spoken at over 40 conferences and events, including annually at the Society for Human Resources Management National Conference since 2014. Her background as a human resource professional and consultant gives her unique insight on how HR professionals and executives can work together effectively to achieve business goals. Her programs are designed to provide critical HR updates and best practices to small businesses. In addition, she is an adjunct faculty member at various universities.
Previously, Lori founded HR Partners, a boutique HR consulting firm that was acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in 2007. Lori continued with Gallagher to lead the firm’s HR consulting practice before branching out again as an independent consultant, author and speaker. Lori has a Master’s degree in Human Resources and is certified as a SPHR and SHRM-SCP. She has served as adjunct faculty at several Universities and continues today in an advisory capacity. As a member of the National Speakers Association, Lori has the tools to engage audiences and drive results.