Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions represents some of the largest companies on the planet and they apparently require sexual harassment training videos. Each year there is a rise in lawsuits and payments for complaints equaled 100 million last year in the US alone. Sexual harassment training videos have aided companies in prevention and Carlton’s Training Solutions has brought new options in corporate media.
Sally Hamburg of Valero Energy states, “The slap to the fanny is now the uncomfortable embrace; hand on the shoulder or remark laden with a perverse request." What are the ramifications of this occurrence? Why does it still happen in this day and age? And finally, how does a company prevent this from happening?
Sexual Harassment: Let’s Get Honest doesn’t identify the problem as most harassment videos do. This corporate training video takes a very candid approach. We live in a sexually charged society. We go to work with people who may find us attractive or we may find them attractive. With marriages often starting in the workplace, how do employees know where the line is? In this refreshing program, there is a set of very mature guidelines for employees to self assess so this behavior does not occur.
Sexual Harassment: Awareness, Perception & Prevention is a two part series that explains what constitutes harassment in the workplace. Key elements in this program help employees define harassment, how to prevent it, how to be aware of it, and lastly the protocol for reporting it.
Carlton’s Training Solutions brought sexual harassment training to organizations to reduce the emotional and financial burdens it brings. Companies across the world deal with the devastating effects in morale and personnel. The videos that Carlton’s Training Solutions represents provide a safety net for corporations but moreover a safe haven for employees in those companies.
About Carlton’s Training Solutions
Carlton’s Training Solutions has teamed with the great business minds of the 21st century to bring corporate training to the forefront. Many of these personalities and industrious people include John Cleese, Bob Farrell, Dewitt Jones, Morris Massey, Catherine Crier, Ben Zander, Joel Barker, Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, and Tom Peters. The topics they cover range from diversity training to leadership and workplace harassment training. To see other training areas or learn more about Carlton’s Training Solutions click here for their site at http://carltonstraining.com