We want our people to feel they can do their best work here free from harassment.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions has established itself in the consulting world by providing programs about harassment like Harassment Is and It’s About Respect. These programs are used more than any others for employee training in the US. Harassment Is and It’s About Respect are discrimination programs implemented by clients of Carlton’s Training Solutions to provide a safe work culture.
Harassment Is defines what is harassment and utilizes real life scenarios that occur in the workplace to illustrate very important points concerning unlawful acts perpetrated by fellow employees and managers in the workplace. Employees learn how to report misconduct and how to prevent similar issues arising in other employees at their organization.
It’s About Respect covers a wide assortment of topics under discrimination in the workplace. Whether it is a diversity issue, or an infraction of a sexual nature, there is a zero tolerance policy installed in the workplace that cannot be violated. Employees learn what constitutes the requirements for an infraction and how to respond to managers about the complaint.
The essence of any good employment culture is a safe, friendly, warm environment where work goals can be accomplished. Lifelong friendships are established here and achievement is recognized and praised here. The one thing that can prevent that environment from flourishing must be prevented at all costs. “We want our people to feel they can do their best work here free from harassment,” says Burt Schwartz of Starbucks.
Carlton’s Training Solutions manifests the goals of their clients by changing the focus about harassment in training with videos like Harassment Is and It’s About Respect. It isn’t a matter of opinion. Discrimination in the workplace hurts morale and causes great people to leave companies. Harassment Is and It’s About Respect are programs from Carlton’s Training Solutions that are about harassment and what it takes to prevent it.
Carlton’s Training Solutions is a corporate consulting firm for Fortune 500 companies changing their business strategies for employee development. They create corporate training videos on the subjects of diversity training, sexual harassment training, workplace violence training, healthcare training, leadership training, generational issues, management training, conflict resolution strategies, and more. Carlton’s Training Solutions features business experts in their training videos such as Catherine Crier, Ben Zander, Tom Peters, Ken Blanchard, Lou Holtz, Stephen Covey, John Cleese, Morris Massey, Joel Barker, Bob Farrell, and Dewitt Jones. To find other topics on corporate training or discover more about Carlton’s Training Solutions click here at the site http://carltonstraining.com/