Workplace violence & sexual harassment training
Tyler, Rontreal J.
South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
South Carolina Department of Transportation , Sexual harassment--South Carolina--Prevention , Employees--Training of--South Carolina , Violence in the workplace--South Carolina--Prevention
The SCDOT requires all new employees to attend a Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment training in their first 90 days of employment. It is not uncommon for employees to attend trainings in neighboring districts or counties. Since employees attend trainings across other districts, we increase the risk of employees working beside each other with varying understandings of the Agency’s Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment policies. The goal of this project was to gain an understanding of similarities between SCDOT and other state agencies in their facilitation of workplace violence and sexual harassment training with an end goal of developing consistent material across the entire agency
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