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Self-paced Bootcamp for HR professionals who need one final push before sitting for the big test!
Is this you? Do you want to get the PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, or SCP credentials behind your name but are still feeling nervous about passing the exam?
Do you want to attend a Bootcamp but cannot dedicate six weeks or a full 7+ hour day to attend a live Bootcamp?
If so, you are perfect for this Self-Paced Exam Prep Bootcamp!
With This Bootcamp You Will Get:
– 6 months unlimited access to all training materials
SHRM-CP & SCP or HRCI's PHR & SPHR Certification Exam Prep Course
(All in one course)
This Self-Paced E-Learning Course Is Specifically Designed To Successfully Prepare You To Pass Your PHR Or SPHR Or SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP Exam.
Course Includes: - 25+ Hours Of Interactive, Online Instruction - 457 Page Study Guide In PDF Format
Over 700 Quick-Testing Narrated Flash Cards - 1,100+ Practice Exam Questions - Games - Webinars - Audio Conferences And More!
The prevention of workplace harassment is important for businesses of every size. Anti-harassment policies provide workers with piece of mind, and enable them to perform duties without fear or anxiety. When considering the value or training vs. the cost, consider that a comfortable workplace free of harassment promotes happy and productive employees which positively affects a company’s bottom-line.
In the cases of Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, 524 U.S. 775 (1998), and Burlington Industries v. Ellerth, 524 U.S. 742 (1998), the U.S. Supreme Court made several statements and recommendations. To protect employees and company liability, managers and employees must be trained in harassment prevention, report and investigate incidents, and take corrective steps if warranted.
Harassment is not limited to that of a sexual nature. Bullying and intimidation, disparaging remarks, actions, and gestures are only a few examples of what constitutes a hostile work environment. Harassment may also be based on an individual’s appearance, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, and other personal views.