Hello! As with all companies, our HR department is not a profit center and therefore has $0 budget when it comes to training and development. I have been asked by our Facilities Department to develop training geared towards Sexual Harassment. The university has a unique situation as our building service workers, grounds workers and facility workers often go into dorms to clean or fix things. I would like to specifically address certain scenarios. Does anyone know of a good starting point? Again at no charge? THANKS!
You should start your policy with a definition of Sexual Harassment. Make sure that your policy includes the fact that sexually oriented conduct that is directed toward facility employees, staff, and students, whether intended to be or not, is unwelcome and has the effect of creating a work place environment that is hostile, offensive, intimidating or humiliating to male or female facility of all ranks, staff and students.
You may also address specific issues you intend to cover, such as dormitories, common areas, class rooms, and study areas. In addition, clearly list the process for reporting a claim, how the investigation will take place, and the outcome of an investigation.
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