Sexual harassment can have lasting effects for individuals, organizations and the community, such as psychological trauma; a hostile work environment for employees; damaged reputations; negative publicity; civil liability and even criminal charges. This is why employers can’t take sexual harassment lightly, and employees should understand their roles and obligations if they experience or witness it on the job. This course is designed to provide employees with a basic understanding of sexual harassment and strategies to maintain a harassment-free environment.
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Sexual Harassment: Staff-to-Staff (IL)
Michelle Issadore is the vice president (association management) for The NCHERM Group; the former senior associate executive director for the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA); and the former executive director of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE). She works with schools, colleges, and community organizations nationwide to assess and improve their strategic prevention efforts, as well as research and understand best practice initiatives. Issadore has a BA in psychology and women’s studies from Brandeis University and an MEd in college student affairs from The Pennsylvania State University.