SELECTING A SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINER IN COLORADO
Selecting a Sexual Harassment training in Colorado is an effective way to prevent problems before they occur, while inspiring and motivating employees to perform better, increasing professionalism while creating a fun, very interactive learning experience.
Training companies, such as MVP Seminars and Employee Harassment Training can help book your selected Harassment trainer who will personalize the training specifically to relate to the specific business & any issues that HR would like discussed. Our MVP Sexual Harassment training seminars are available in the following Colorado cities: Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, and Fort Collins.
Benefits of Sexual Harassment Seminar Training in Colorado:
Regardless of whether your organization is mandated by state law to offer sexual harassment prevention training, all businesses should incorporate sexual harassment prevention training into their company culture and HR best practices. This is the best way to keep your employees happy, productive, & everyone out of court.
Sexual Harassment training seminars will position your employees to learn what constitutes specific violations of your company's standards and policies and the EEOC laws, ( See below ), that govern sexual harassment. Our interactive training seminars will assure you that all of your employees know and understand the standards concerning violations of sexual harassment in the workplace. All employees will take a Pre-Test and Post-Test to determine exactly what they learned. All questions are discussed in a round table format. This test can also become a permanent part of the employee's personnel file. This will assure HR that the attending employees both comprehend the Colorado state laws, EEOC statutes, and your company's sexual harassment policy.
About Criminal Harassment in Colorado:
Under Colorado law, defendants are guilty of criminal harassment if they intentionally harass, alarm, or annoy other people in specific ways. Actions that may be considered harassment in this state include:
- Insulting, taunting, or challenging someone to initiate a conflict or provoke a violent or disorderly response.
- Attempting to communicate with someone during inconvenient hours, such as the middle of the night.
- Causing phones to ring repeatedly.
- Using a tablet, computer network, cellphone, or telephone to initiate any inappropriate communication with the intent to harass or harm someone.
- Using obscene language or gestures in public spaces.
- Stalking someone in a public place.
- Kicking, shoving, smacking, or otherwise using physical contact to harm someone.
- Using any means to threaten bodily injury or property damage.
Keep in mind that these actions will not automatically qualify as criminal harassment. The prosecution must be able to show that the defendant intended to harass the victim when engaging in the behavior. For example, simply calling someone at an inconvenient time is not considered harassment under Colorado law unless you made the call with the intent to upset or harm the individual in some way. If there is no evidence of intent to harass, annoy, or alarm, the charge won't stick.
Harassment charges often overlap with other charges, such as domestic violence, child abuse, or disorderly conduct.
Colorado cities providing onsite sexual harassment training seminars:
Hampton Inn, 6759 Southside Dr. Denver, Co. 80326
Hampton Inn Denver-International Airport, 6290 Tower Road, Denver, Colorado, 80249, USA
Fort Collins: Candlewood Suites Fort Collins
314 Pavilion Lane, Fort Collins, Colorado 80525