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This two-in-one title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding both Harassment in the Workplace and Employee Training.

Topics include:

      •  defenses to hostile work environment claims;
      •  types of harassment claims;
      •  guidelines for investigating harassment complaints;
      •  mandatory and specialized training; and
      •  training methodology.

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Table of Contents

LITTLER ON HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE

CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF WORKPLACE HARASSMENT LAW
§  1.1   Introduction
§  1.2   Types of Harassment
§  1.3   Employer Liability for Unlawful Harassment
§  1.4   Personal Liability for Unlawful Harassment
§  1.5   Defenses to Hostile Work Environment Claims
§  1.6   Statutory Remedies Available for Unlawful Harassment Claims

CHAPTER 2   WORKPLACE HARASSMENT CLAIMS
§  2.1   Sexual Harassment
§  2.2   Same-Sex Sexual Harassment
§  2.3   Racial Harassment
§  2.4   National Origin Harassment
§  2.5   Religious Harassment
§  2.6   Age Harassment
§  2.7   Disability Harassment
§  2.8   Retaliatory Harassment

CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
§  3.1   Reducing the Risk of Liability
§  3.2   Sample Antiharassment Policy
§  3.3   Guidelines for Investigating Harassment Complaints


LITTLER ON EMPLOYEE TRAINING

CHAPTER 4   OVERVIEW OF THE LAW OF TRAINING
§  4.1   Introduction
§  4.2   Faragher & Ellerth: The Affirmative Defense & Its Impact on The Law Of Training
§  4.3   The "Kolstad Defense" to Punitive Damages
§  4.4   Mandatory & Specialized Training

CHAPTER 5   CONSIDERATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS TRAINING
§  5.1   Introduction
§  5.2   Nondiscrimination Concerns in Training
§  5.3   Adequacy of Training
§  5.4   Content of Training
§  5.5   Collection & Retention of Training-Related Material
§  5.6   Training Methods
§  5.7   Pay Obligations for On-The-Job Training

CHAPTER 6 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
§  6.1   Guidelines for Implementing an Employment Relations Training Program
§  6.2   Employer Guidelines when Providing Discrimination & Harassment Prevention Training
§  6.3   Employer Guidelines: Assessing Employment Relations Training Programs
§  6.4   California's Mandatory Training Laws: Summary of Basic Requirements
§  6.5   Proactive Management of Workplace Bullying
§  6.6   Fed-OSHA Training Requirements: Highlights