Through the media we see headlines daily of sexual harassment in the workplace, and Indian Country is not immune to its effects. What policies does your tribal organization have in place to prohibit sexual harassment? Is there a grievance process for sexual harassment claims? This training will provide housing staff with an understanding of what actions, words, and comments can be construed as sexual harassment. Additionally, it will provide a foundation for supervisors to develop policy and grievance processes to create a workplace that is free from unwanted sexual harassment.
- Provide a definition and examples of sexual harassment
- Explain Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and how it pertains to Indian Country
- What should you do if you are being sexually harassed?
- What policies should my tribal organization have in place?
Instructor: Brandi Liberty
Date: February 27, 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
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