Workplace bullying and harassment
Chef, waiter, barista or manager, no matter what your role, workplace bullying and harassment are sadly rising issues affecting hospitality staff. Therefore, learning about the issues and what you can do if you are a victim or witness can not only help make your workplace safer for everyone but help prevent these issues from occurring in the first place.
In this course founder and president of Ethics Suite, Juliette Gust, will help you better understand the issues of workplace harassment and bullying, what to do if you are a victim or witness and potential consequences for perpetrators.
This course provides information on what’s generally considered best practice across the industry, but if your workplace has its own policy in place, then make sure you adhere to that.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Introduction to harassment and bullying
- Rights and responsibilities of employees and managers in workplace conduct
- What is (and what isn’t) considered workplace bullying
- What is workplace harassment & discrimination
- Understanding sexual harassment in hospitality
- Where and when workplace bullying and harassment can occur
- The impact of bullying, harassment and discrimination on individuals and organizations
- What to do if you’re the victim of or witness to bullying or harassment
- Understanding victimization and gossip
- Potential consequences of engaging in unacceptable workplace conduct
This course will help those seeking further information and a better an understanding of workplace bullying and harassment so they can help thier workplace become a safer, employee friendly space.