Investigating Sexual Harassment and Bullying - The Legal Issues
New Zealand has the second highest rate of workplace bullying in the world.
Sexual harassment and workplace bullying are major problems in New Zealand.
Recent cases in the media show the impact of sexual harassment on business and personal reputation.
Bullying and sexual and racial harassment can lead to a staggering loss of productivity, high staff turnover, and health and safety prosecution.
Employers have a legal obligation to ensure the workplace is safe from harm, including mental harm. Workplaces must identify bullying and eliminate or minimise unreasonable behaviours to comply with the law.
In the first part of this webinar series, find out how to address bullying and sexual and racial harassment, including how to comply with the law.
This practical webinar will empower HR and managers to take action. Topics include:
6 July 2021
Learning outcomes include:
This webinar is suited to business owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, and anyone who employs staff. Bullying and harassment can affect every profession and industry, including government, education, medicine, professional services, law, accounting, construction, horticulture, farming, tourism and hospitality.
Julia Shallcrass, Director and Employment Lawyer of KiwiBoss Limited
1.5 CPD Hours