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Webinar | Harassment Prevention
Attendees can expect to gain an understanding on how to recognize harassing behaviors, avoid behaviors that can be misconstrued as harassment, identify those behaviors that do not constitute harassment, and know how to respond to harassment in the workplace. At the conclusion of the training, the client will be provided with a signed statement by each attending employee acknowledging the harassment training as well as the client’s non-harassment policy for inclusion in their personnel file.

Aug 21, 2019 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Kimberly Horton
Kim Horton has over 20 years of HR experience in corporate, financial, manufacturing, customer service and consulting environments, collectively. She currently serves as an HR Manager for LandrumHR. Her experience in the field has been acquired through focus on employee relations, training and development, team building, employment law compliance, strategic planning, high-level talent assessment and succession planning, employment law compliance, and employee compensation and benefits. Kim holds a Master of Arts degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. During her course of study, her primary research and thesis focused on procedural and distributive justice in both formal and informal mentoring relationships and perceptions of fairness. She has also taught at the college level for both graduate and undergraduate courses in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Kim is a member of the national chapter of Society for Human Resources Management.