Sep 7, 2018 | 10:00 AM | Friday

Fri Sep 7, 10:00 AM - Fri Sep 7, 11:30 AM

Online Event

Online Event, Fremont, CA 94539

Community: Upper West Side



This training will help you to understand the signs of adult bullying; establish zero tolerance policies, train staff how to handle bullying in the workplace

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The TrainHR webinar is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider.

Overview: Imagine being the creator and producer of a nationally syndicated cable TV program and to have it stripped from you by a nefarious boss who stole, interfered, and expressly prevented you from doing your job.

In fact, imagine having a supervisor who demanded that employees pledge their loyalty, refused to give you the basic tools needed to do you're such as an office telephone and joked openly about humiliating other in front of guests. Finally, being fired replaced by a person without the experience to the job. This is what happened to Emelis Francesca Aleandri at City University of New York (CUNY) which resulted in a 1.4 million dollar settlement in 2005.

Bullying is no longer confined to school playgrounds or college fraternities. Today, workplace bullying has become a major issue in the workplace, and many Human Resources professionals are unaware of how to stop or prevent bullying from occurring. Often times, it is lump into the category of harassment in the workplace; however new research has shown that while harassment and bullying are similar, there is some distinguishing characteristics of bullying that may not exist in harassment cases. Similar to harassment it may be pervasive and hampers an employee’s ability to work in a hostile-free environment.

Unlike harassment, bullying often is a matter of power displacement and perceived control over the other personal psychological, and physiological well-being which if untreated can lead to further bullying in its frequency and severity which weakens the loyalty of employees. As an example, the National Bullying Prevention Center (2016), noted that "an act is defined as bullying when the behavior hurts, harms, or humiliates another person physically or emotionally. Those targeted by bullying behavior struggle to defend themselves and stop the action directed at them. There also is an "imbalance of power."

According to Harrison Psychological Associates, the estimated financial impact on business is about 180 million dollars over a two-year period of lost time and productivity.

Workplace bullying can be displayed in a number of behaviors ranging from consta

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