Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training for Restaurants
Training employees and managers on how to prevent sexual harassment and other workplace conduct issues has never been more important for the restaurant industry. Beyond the reports of celebrity chefs and restaurateurs sexually harassing employees, there are many examples of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charging restaurants with allegations of sex-based harassment, pregnancy discrimination, age discrimination, retaliation and a hostile work environment.
These violations of Title VII, a federal anti-discrimination law, can result in costly settlements, and can negative effect an organization’s culture, customer loyalty and its ability to recruit and retain skilled workers in a tight labor market.
Addressing this pervasive problem and creating and a safe and respectful environment for all staff, customers and guests requires a comprehensive approach by HR professionals and their organizations. This includes a strong commitment from senior management, clearly written anti-harassment policies and reporting procedures, and an effective training program that is tailored to the restaurant industry.
Online Training: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment – Restaurant Edition
Traliant’s Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Restaurants training focuses on raising awareness of behaviors that can lead to unwanted and unlawful conduct, and equipping restaurant employees and managers with the skills they need to appropriately intervene, report and prevent misconduct they may encounter. Bite-sized episodes, video scenarios depicting real-world situations and integrated quizzes and challenges keep the training relevant, engaging and interactive.
The course is available in versions for:
The course covers these topics and more:
- Different forms of sexual harassment
- Understanding and preventing retaliation
- Discrimination and harassment laws
- Consequences of workplace discrimination and harassment
- Bystander Intervention
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Unconscious Bias
- Consensual relationships
- The role of a manager/supervisor
- Responding to complaints
Sexual Harassment Training for Illinois Restaurants & Bars
Traliant’s Illinois Edition of Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Restaurants enables Illinois restaurants and bars to meet the sexual harassment training requirements under the Workplace Transparency Act. The interactive course features videos and activities specific to the restaurant or bar industry, and is available in English and Spanish, and in separate versions for employees and managers.
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training for Canadian Restaurants
This edition is for Canadian restaurant employees and managers. It includes episodes on sexual harassment, discrimination and bystander intervention, and describes protections under Canadian federal and provincial laws in Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Quebec, and British Columbia. Available in multiple languages and in separate versions for employees (40 min) and managers (50 min), who have additional responsibilities to prevent and report workplace misconduct.
The Traliant Difference
We believe that preventing discrimination and harassment training should be engaging and relevant to your workforce and industry. That’s why our training focuses on raising awareness of sexual harassment and other workplace issues, and motivating employees to make the right decisions. As part of a holistic approach to preventing harassment and discrimination, Traliant’s suite of products can help organizations reduce the risk of misconduct and create a positive workplace culture of respect, civility and inclusion.
What Our Customers are Saying
“After vetting numerous vendors, we selected Traliant. Not only is their product one of the most engaging programs on the market right now, the team at Traliant has been nothing short of amazing.”
-Mike Mobley, Director of People, Front Burner Brands
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