Employers, workers, and supervisors all have legal and ethical obligations regarding bullying and harassment in the workplace. Workplace bullying is hostile and abusive, and in some cases traumatizing. It can affect morale with your staff, including those not even being directly abused. Today’s session meets part of our workplace obligation to train supervisors and workers about this issue.
-The definition of workplace bullying
-Recognizing the potential for workplace bullying and harassment
-The legal duties of employers, workers, and supervisors for preventing and responding to workplace bullying and harassment
-Workplace reporting procedures
-How your workplace should deal with incidents or complaints, including investigations
-What co-workers can do to stop bullying and harassment
-Tips for how to talk to a bully, if you’re a target or witness of bullying and harassment, and additional information and resources about workplace bullying and harassment
Instructor: Brandi Liberty (Morningstar Consultants)
Date: December 4, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
Brandi Liberty, Brandi Liberty
Brandi Liberty is the owner of Morning Star Consulting and provides grant writing and training consulting services for Tribes, Tribal businesses, and non-profit organizations. She has almost 10 years of experience in working in Indian Country. Her specialties include: Human Resources, Grant Writing, Grants Management, Tribal Housing Technical Assistance, Tribal Government Technical Assistance, Tribal Economic Development Planning, Low-Income Tax Credit Housing, Asset Management, Indian Housing, Policy Development, Compliance, and Training. Brandi graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a BA in History. She holds a MA from the Center of Indigenous Nations Studies at the University of Kansas, where her focus was in Tribal Human Resources. Brandi is an enrolled member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and a descendant of the United Houma Nation in Southern Louisiana.
- Offered: Online
- Start: December 4, 2018 -
- End: December 4, 2018 -