PPT TEMPLATE : PPT TEMPLATE (see Master slides) Program Objectives (1 of 2) : Program Objectives (1 of 2) Describe what sexual harassment is exactly.
Differentiate between sexual harassment and being courteous.
Understand the federal (and state?) laws that deem sexual harassment a crime. Page 2 Program Objectives (2 of 2) : Program Objectives (2 of 2) Learn there consequences if you are found guilty of committing this crime.
What you can do if you observe and/or experience sexual harassment.
How to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace. Page 3 A Challenge : A Challenge Please Write
a One Sentence Definition of
“Sexual Harrassment.” Page 4 What is Sexual Harassment? (1 of 2) : What is Sexual Harassment? (1 of 2) Define Sexual Harassment: Webster’s Dictionary: uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate (such as an employee or student).
Sexual advances, favors, and/or verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature. Page 5 What is Sexual Harassment? (1 of 2) : What is Sexual Harassment? (1 of 2) Define Sexual Harassment: Violation of both state and federal law; illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for employees: “prohibits employment discrimination based on race, sex, color, national origin or religion.” Page 6 Warning Signs? (1 of 5) : Warning Signs? (1 of 5) Inappropriate Behavior Such As: Sexual comments or jokes.
Sexual phone calls.
Sexual looks/gestures. Page 7 Warning Signs? (2 of 5) : Warning Signs? (2 of 5) Inappropriate Behavior Such As: Explicit videos, pictures, calendars, screen savers, websites.
Insisting on dates. Page 8 Warning Signs? (3 of 5) : Warning Signs? (3 of 5) Behaviors Manager/Coworkers . . . Hostility between coworkers.
Lack of friendship amongst coworkers.
Complaints regarding the opposite sexes actions.
Women who act defensively/angrily toward the opposite sex. Page 9 Warning Signs? (4 of 5) : Warning Signs? (4 of 5) Behaviors Manager/Coworkers . . . Avoided glances or murmurs made when the opposite sex walks past them.
Job loss if sexual advances are not met. Page 10 Warning Signs? (5 of 5) : Warning Signs? (5 of 5) Inappropriate Physical Content . . . Purposeful touching or cornering.
Forceful neck massages.
Sexual intercourse with coworkers/managers. Page 11 Sexual Harassment (NOT): : Sexual Harassment (NOT): Appropriate Behaviors . . . Compliments pertaining to ones performance.
Being courtesy, i.e. opening the door for someone, saying, “please” and “thank you”.
Lunch or dinner dates that are mutual and/or voluntary. Page 12 Slide 13: Please Visit: www.ReadySetPresent.com About This Product: To download this entire “Sexual Harrrassment”PowerPoint presentation visit ReadySetPresent.comRoyalty Free – Use Them Over and Over Again. 100+ PowerPoint presentation content slides include: 7 slides describing types of sexual harassment and 5 slides presenting warning signs. Presentation contains 14 slides of classes of sexual harassment, meaning Private, Public, Predatory, Dominance, Strategic, Territorial harassers. Learn about the victim and harasser relationship and the hostile work environment. There are 15 slides reviewing different complaint procedures, 9 slides presenting statistics/quotes and 17 slides covering how to act if accused plus words/phrases that are dangerous to use. In addition to these 104 slides, you will receive 17 slides describing sexual harassment in different countries and much more.