Sexual Harassment Prevention Training can help managers and supervisors interpret behaviors and recognize when someone says something which can be considered harassment, Elliott said. When training isn’t done, she said a consequence could be an employee claiming harassment, which then affects the employer.
“Unfortunately I think a lot of times in the workplace, behaviors are normalized that shouldn’t be normalized,” Elliott said. “These trainings can bring behaviors out into the open so we can talk about it before they cause problems.”
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