TAB rolls out sexual harassment trainingposted on 1.22.2018
-Free, online for members only
Sexual harassment training is now available online and at no cost to staff at TAB member stations through our members-only P1 Learning training service. This workplace compliance series was updated in December and is appropriate for all employees, regardless of rank. Meanwhile, TAB’s DC legal counsel offers further guidance on dealing with sexual harassment claims.
The 80-minute training module in P1 is divided into six different sections which can be completed individually. Sections address anti-harassment considerations for all staff and managers alike, outline a brief history of anti-harassment concepts and provide guidance on investigating complaints and writing and communicating an anti-harassment policy. Additional modules are provided for stations in three states that have laws mandating sexual harassment training; Texas is not one of them.
Station executives can arrange oversight of staff completion of this and other training modules, including establishing a completion date and receiving a confirmation of individual employees’ completion and passing score. To do so, GMs should directly contact P1’s Katey Woolam.
P1 Learning is TAB’s online training service provided at no cost to member stations and individual members. More than 200 Texas stations currently utilize the service which offers hundreds of courses designed for staff working at all levels and in all teams within a station’s operations.
The program provides personalized curriculum, study documents and exams which can be accessed anytime, anywhere on a smartphone, tablet or desktop.
Current P1 Subscribers can login to your campus and begin any course now.
Not yet signed up? Register online
Pillsbury Legal Advisory on Sexual Harassment
TAB’s DC legal counsel, Scott Flick with the Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman law firm, counsels GMs to review the firm’s new legal advisory on sexual harassment. While written by the firm’s employment lawyers, the advisory focuses on how to handle complaints not just from an employment law perspective, but also from a public relations and crisis management, a significant practice within the firm.
Questions? Contact TAB’s Oscar Rodriguez or call (512) 322-9944.
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