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JJ Keller’s New Sexual Harassment Training April 29, 2013 No Comments

Sexual Harassment claims costs companies over $50 million per year according to the EEOC.  To help avoid a claim from occurring at your workplace, JJ Keller has released a new training programs geared towards both Employee and Supervisors.
“To provide complete sexual harassment training, HR professionals need to address both workplace audiences,” said Edwin Zalewski, editor [...]

Sexual Harassment Infographic: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace August 17, 2012 Comments Off


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JJ Keller Sexual Harassment Infographic June 28, 2012 Comments Off


JJ Keller has recently put out a new info-graphic on Sexual Harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment can occur anytime, in an environment, and turn an organization upside down. The stakes are high, for example the person being harassed can suffer severe emotional distress or self-esteem issues, the incident can damages the dynamics of the [...]

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Sexual Harassment In Schools: Your Rights & Responsibilities (DVD) September 10, 2011 Comments Off

Sexual harassment is more prevalent in educational institutions than you might think. Staff to staff, student to staff, staff to student and student to student are all common sexual harassment scenarios. Comply with the law, protect your staff and keep students safe from harassment with this program.

What sexual harassment is
Common sexual harassment scenarios
Reporting sexual harassment
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HR Training to Avoid Lawsuits, Audits, and Fines by BLR February 20, 2010 Comments Off

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We will walk you through how to develop a training plan for legal compliance, choose the most effective training techniques, and conduct an effective training session. Training topics include sexual harassment training, discrimination, and safety training. Our training experts will also address training for supervisors and new employees, and recommended ethics training.

Cashier at Winston-Salem Store Sexually Harassed by Store Manager September 6, 2009 1 Comment

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Winston-Salem-based gas station / convenience store chain WilcoHess, LLC agreed to pay $75,000 and furnish substantial non-monetary relief to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC announced today that Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District [...]


EEOC Said 18 Women, Including Teens, Were Abused
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – A Rochester-based distributor of highway and industrial safety products will pay $375,000 and furnish injunctive relief to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today.
In its lawsuit, the EEOC said that owner, president, vice president [...]

Employee Sexual Harassment Training April 1, 2008 Comments Off

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How NOT to be Accused of Sexual Harassment
Most employees have heard the term “sexual harassment“. But many of them do not know exactly what it means. More importantly, they may not be aware that some of the things they do might be considered sexual harassment. When people think about sexual harassment they often picture a male [...]

Jury Awards $110,000 verdict against Houston Dry Cleaners February 11, 2008 Comments Off

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today that a federal district court jury returned a verdict yesterday for the EEOC in the amount of $110,000 against a Houston dry cleaner for sexual harassment. The EEOC had charged that the owner harassed a female employee, then aged 19, and other women. …more
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