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Results for Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® Way to Go Team!

5 Minutes Level: Foundational
Slapping any employee on the butt is inappropriate workplace behavior and should not happen with any employee! Unwanted touching, swatting, rubbing or any other physical action of this type spells trouble in the workplace. It’s best to keep physical contact to a minimum and always on a professional level.
Topics: Sexual Harassment, Harassment, Abusive Conduct
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® I’m Not Biased

10 Minutes Level: Foundational
Biases are the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, perceptions and decisions. Going deeper, bias also refers to the persistent, harmful, and unequal treatment of someone based solely on some characteristic they possess or their apparent membership in or identification with a particular group. Stereotype is often defined as a generalized belief about a particular category of people. An example of a stereotype might be “All Asians are good at math.”
Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Professionalism, Inclusion & Equity, Respect, Unconscious Bias
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® Scratch My Back

5 Minutes Level: Foundational
Promising a promotion in return for sexual favors is illegal and may be grounds for a quid pro quo sexual harassment lawsuit. While managers and supervisors are held to a higher legal standard in sexual harassment cases, sexual harassment prevention is everyone’s responsibility. What it all comes down to is this - preventing sexual harassment is about recognizing what's going on around us and then making good decisions.
Topics: Sexual Harassment, Harassment, Respect, Abusive Conduct
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® The Birthday Girl

5 Minutes Level: Foundational
It's not enough to understand the legal definition of sexual harassment… we must know what sexual harassment looks like in the real world… and its consequences on each other… and the organization. Because appropriate touching varies so much among different people, the best advice is to keep close personal touch to a minimum and always on a professional level.
Topics: Sexual Harassment, Harassment, Professionalism, Abusive Conduct
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

A Team Defined (Interactive Tool)

15 Minutes Level: Intermediate
Need a great primer for understanding the components of teamwork? Look no further than this quick, interactive tool. From defining a team to the importance of a meeting agenda, this resource makes quick study of understanding the importance of team in any organization.
Topics: Teamwork, Communication, Team Builder or Retention Aid
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® While You’re Down There…

5 Minutes Level: Foundational
Before we can prevent sexual harassment, we need to understand what is considered harassing behavior. The behavior must be unwelcome. The behavior can be very obvious or very subtle. It can be verbal or written, visual, or physical. Comments (innuendo) and body language can be clear indicators of harassing behavior.
Topics: Sexual Harassment, Harassment, Abusive Conduct
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® Just Relax

6 Minutes Level: Foundational
What happens when a customer inappropriately touches an employee? This program poses two questions. First, is the situation simply an example of inappropriate behavior - or is it sexual harassment? And second, if the situation isn't sexual harassment, under what circumstances could it become sexual harassment? Being able to answer these two questions is important because they're the kinds of questions that will help you put things in context, recognize the warning signs, and stop sexual harassment before it starts.
Topics: Harassment, Compliance, Professionalism, Respect, Sexual Harassment
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

The Stark Law - An Overview

20 Minutes Level: Foundational
The regulations known as the Stark Law were designed to prevent physicians from referring patients to entities with which they have an existing relationship and stand to benefit financially. The law applies specifically to designated health services (DHS) that are paid by Medicare (or any other Federal program). The purpose of the law is to reduce Medicare fraud where physicians were being compensated – either directly or indirectly – for the referral of patients to specific providers.
Topics: Compliance
Industry Settings: Healthcare
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® Addressing Misunderstandings

7 Minutes Level: Intermediate
Building an inclusive work environment sometimes means confronting colleagues about their misconceptions and attitudes regarding diversity. It also means taking the time to have courageous conversations about the tough topics impacting the workplace. A diverse workforce does not mean your organization places more value on certain groups of people. What it means is your organization is committed to attracting and retaining quality employees from ALL cultural backgrounds, genders, ages, and points of view.
Topics: Diversity Dynamics, Communication, Professionalism, Inclusion & Equity, Discrimination
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General

TrainingBriefs® Gathering Competitive Information

5 Minutes Level: Foundational
Ethics concern an individual's moral judgments about right and wrong. Decisions taken within an organization may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever makes them will be influenced by the culture of the company. One area of concern within many organizations is the gathering of competitive information. Collecting information about your competitors makes good business sense. However, you must do so in an ethical and reasonable way. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. If you ever find yourself in this situation, it helps to know how to act.
Topics: Ethics, Compliance, Professionalism
Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
Target Audience: General