DIGNITY & RESPECT AT WORK: EMPLOYEES

COURSE OUTLINEMAKE AN ENQUIRY

OVERVIEW

Course Overview
This course is designed to provide learners with an increased understanding of the need for certain policies in the workplace & to gain an understanding of what is and is not acceptable in the workplace in terms of conduct towards others and in general.

Duration of courses can be adapted to suit your business needs.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Legislation
  • New Code of Practice concerning the Prevention and Resolution of Bullying at Work
  • Employer & Employee Obligations
  • Defining Bullying, Harassment & Sexual Harassment
  • Company Policy & Options within the Company Policy
  • Workplace Culture
  • Effective Teamwork
  • Remote Working Tips on Dignity and Respect in the Workplace

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On completion of this course learners will understand the importance of acceptable behaviours and being respectful in the workplace.  

Gain a greater understanding of the meaning of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment

Develop knowledge of legislation surrounding bullying in the workplace 

Learn about of the importance of dignity and respect in the workplace  

Learners will acquire knowledge options available under the company policy, should they have an alleged complaint of bullying or harassment

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Get in Touch

We would love to hear from you. You can contact us as below:

 Dublin:
The HR Suite,
13 Upper Baggot Street,
2nd Floor,
Dublin 4. DO4 W7K5

 Kerry:
The HR Suite,
Pier 17 Dingle Road,
Tralee,
Co. Kerry. V92 R6DX (HQ)

 Cork:
The HR Suite,
5 Lapp's Quay,
Centre,
Cork. T12 RW7D

info@thehrsuite.com+353 (0)1 901 4335+353 (0)66 7102887

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