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Sexual Harassment Prevention: 3 Tips for Effective Training

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J. J. Keller White Paper: Harassment Training

Even if it’s not required in your state, an effective sexual harassment prevention training program is often your first and best line of defense against unwanted and unlawful sexual harassment.

Written by J. J. Keller’s in-house team of human resources experts, this detailed white paper will help you increase the impact of your sexual harassment prevention training by:

  • Using the bystander approach
  • Teaching civility
  • Establishing and enforcing an effective policy
  • And more!
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