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What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean?

  • Webinar

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
$129 (before tax)
*A 15% discount is offered if you register for 4 or more webinars at the same time.

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EST)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

*A recording of the webinar and its materials will be available for purchase once the live webinar has aired for those unable to attend. Please contact training@rubinthomlinson.com for more details.

About this course

People feel harassed based on an intuitive sense of what constitutes inappropriate behaviour. But people have different personal standards regarding interpersonal conduct. Nevertheless, the law of workplace harassment has an objective component – what would a reasonable person think and feel in a particular set of circumstances? Would the person feel harassed? Is the behaviour, objectively, harassing? These are difficult questions for HR professionals and investigators to answer.

In this webinar, we will help you understand the objective aspect of the definition of “workplace harassment” and how to apply it to complaints of workplace harassment.

What you will learn:

  • How legal decision makers discuss the “objective” aspect of workplace harassment
  • Strategies to balance the subjective feelings of a complainant with the objective definition of harassment in investigations
  • Considerations for cases where the conduct is between a supervisor and employee
  • Ways to ensure all employees are on the same page about what is objectively unwelcome

How to Register

To register for our What does ‘reasonably ought to have known to be unwelcome’ mean? webinar please select your region from the list below so that you get the appropriate TAX rate for your province. If you wish to register for more courses at the same time please select your region from the drop down below and click register, once on the registration page fill out your details and click “add another course” located at the bottom of the page. This will redirect you back to your website where you can browse for more courses. If you register for 4 or more Webinars you will receive a 15% off discount on all webinar courses you have chosen. This discount does not apply to our regular public training courses.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Registration

September 17, 2020 starting at 12:30 pm EDT

Register

DATES

  • Online
    Sep 17
    • Webinar