Get Ready for October: Join the Waitlist for Employment Law Solution’s Sexual Harassment Training!

Written by Kevin Murphy
9 July, 2024
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As a business owner, staying ahead of regulatory changes is crucial for maintaining a compliant and safe workplace. This October, significant changes to sexual harassment laws in the workplace will come into force, and being prepared is more important than ever.

Employment Law Solutions is here to help. Our comprehensive on-demand sexual harassment training ensures your employees are ready for these changes, with packages starting at just £10 per employee.

The Top Things Every Business Owner Needs to Know About the Upcoming Changes:

Increased Employer Liability: Employers will face greater liability for failing to prevent harassment. This includes not only direct harassment but also cases where the employer was aware or should have been aware of the harassment and did nothing to address it.

Mandatory Training Requirements: Many jurisdictions are introducing mandatory sexual harassment training requirements. Our training meets and exceeds these requirements, ensuring your business is compliant.

Reporting and Documentation Protocols: Businesses will need to implement stricter protocols for reporting and documenting incidents of harassment. Our training includes modules on how to properly report and document harassment claims to protect both the employee and the employer.

Retaliation Protections: There will be stronger protections against retaliation for employees who report harassment. This means businesses need to be particularly careful to handle all claims with the utmost sensitivity and fairness.

 

How to Join the Waitlist

Don’t wait until October to start preparing. Join the waitlist today and secure your spot for Employment Law Solution’s sexual harassment training.

Click here to sign up for the waitlist and ensure your business is ready for these important changes.

By joining the waitlist, you’ll be among the first to be notified when the training becomes available, ensuring you have ample time to complete the training before the new laws come into effect.

Prepare now to protect your business and foster a safe, respectful workplace for all employees. For more information contact our team of lawyers.

 

Thank you for your commitment to creating a safer workplace. Together, we can ensure compliance and promote a positive work environment.

Employment Law Solution – Your Partner in Compliance and Employee Well-being

 

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