What is Sexual Harassment? (Video)
A basic course for students and new employees that show landmark court rulings about sexual harassment, and discusses everyday behavior such as taunting and teasing, harmful graffiti, touching, and other situations common both at school and at work.
Sexual Harassment: Basics (Video)
Shows a program that is designed to increase awareness, help prevent sexual harassment from occurring in the workplace and emphasize the importance of reporting an act that may be considered sexual harassment.
Sexual Harassment: You Make the Call (Video)
A program that provides the participants with tools to identify the subtle forms of sexual harassment and to understand how perception plays a key role in determining sexual harassment complaints. This program is designed to promote discussion on the subtle types of sexual harassment so that confusion about what constitutes sexual harassment can be minimized.
Ethics and Affirmative Action in the Public and Nonprofit Sector
A presentation that focuses on role-plays and group simulations to better understand the real-world issues that administrators must constantly face. It is also a presentation that shows the emerging role of the Affirmative Action Officer as she/he in the workplace.
Respect in the Workplace: A Policy is Not Enough
Training program about issues of respect in the workplace. The major focus of this presentation shows that employees and organizations must have a policy that is recognized and enforced by all employees.
Respect in the Workplace: With All Due Respect is another
60 Minutes Training program that focuses on issues of respect in the workplace. Respect in the workplace can minimize the harmful effects of discrimination.
Conflict Resolution (Video)
A program that deals with a win-win situation in trying to resolve conflicts. It is designed to increase awareness of problems that develop within conflict situations and makes an attempt to help people to handle them.
Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity
A basic course to assist employees and students to understand the complex role of affirmative action and equal opportunity in today's society. Discussion also occurs about the laws and Presidential orders that drive affirmative action and equal opportunity.
Understanding Affirmative Action Complaints
Can be unnerving for the alleged victim as well as the alleged perpetrator. This program is designed to de-mystify the complaint process by reviewing the informal and formal processes. The course will study topics such as confidentiality, documentation, and the appeals process.
Diversity: Food for Thought (Video)
A program that highlights the benefits of diversity and the need to support diversity programs at BSC. Employees will learn how to acknowledge differences and successfully build relationships with people of diverse backgrounds.
Cultural Diversity in the Workplace (Video)
A program that highlights the key that cultural diversity is an advantage in the workplace. The video and the manual show that American culture is becoming increasingly diverse, and therefore, cultural diversity in the work environment will likely lead to changes in managerial style, employee negotiations, and motivating techniques.
Understanding the Hiring / Search Procedures
Can be absolutely confusing and frustrating. The procedures highlight the importance of affirmative action and equal opportunity throughout the entire hiring / search process. Affirmative action and equal opportunity go hand and hand with techniques to diversify the pool, review the role of developing minimal qualifications, provide the necessary documentation, develop reference and interview questions, complete the forms, and rating sheets and forms.
Last Modified: May 18, 2004