TrainingBriefs™ Responding to Inappropriate Humor
5 Minutes Level: Foundational
When humor is believed to be harassing or discriminating, the sooner something is done to intervene the less likely it will seriously damage the company or someone’s career and reputation.
Target Audience: General
- Audio Narration (Male)
- Accessible / 508 Compliant
New Micro-Learning! When humor is believed to be harassing or discriminating, the sooner something is done to intervene the less likely it will seriously damage the company or someone’s career and reputation. We all have a responsibility to make the workplace a positive environment for everyone.
Jokes and remarks in the workplace that ridicule people around these types of differences are considered to be a real problem. First, they may create policy or legal issues. Second, they may be offensive to co-workers or customers.
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