Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions has made Sexual Harassment training priority number this year. Protecting clients is important for any company but with the numbers climbing and clients ordered to make payments on harassment claims the pressure has been intense. This year Carlton’s Training Solutions is providing the programs Sexual Harassment: Let’s Get Honest and Sexual Harassment: Awareness, Perception and Prevention to its clients to help with this difficult workplace issue.
In Sexual Harassment: Awareness, Perception and Prevention, the different forms of sexual harassment are defined and how to spot them in the workplace. The issue is how to communicate offensive behavior and how to prevent it in the future. Ultimately the program also makes available the strategy to properly report instances of sexual harassment and the disciplinary action involved. Sara Blankenship of Ford Motor states, “I just want to be able to do my work and not have the office be like a pick-up bar.”
Sexual Harassment: Let’s Get Honest is a sexual harassment video that attacks the subject head on and in real terms. Yes, the legal aspects are covered and even the new US Supreme Court rulings are underlined in the program. But what makes this program special is its ability to be real. To understand that a lot of people flirt, date and start relationships at work because that’s where they spend most of their time. So rather than trying to create a non-realistic workplace where no one has sexual interest in anyone, they demonstrate real situations and where to create boundaries.
Sexual Harassment training is a very important subject for Carlton’s Training Solutions to tackle. Without doing so they can land in hot water with clientele who need protection in a legal sense and need employee education in the proper sense. A sexual harassment video to a Carlton’s Training client can mean the difference of business as usual or a huge financial payout.
About Carlton’s Training Solutions
Carlton’s Training Solutions handles corporate training in the areas of sexual harassment training, harassment training, generational issues, team building, management training, performance appraisals, workplace violence and leadership training. The personalities featured in the programs range from football coaching great Lou Holtz, British sensation John Cleese, business minds Tom Peters, Stephen Covey, Ben Zander, Dewitt Jones, Joel Barker, Ken Blanchard, Catherine Crier, Morris Massey, to even Bob Farrell. To learn more about the different training topics or Carlton’s Training Solutions, click here to visit their site at http://carltonstraining.com