Wednesday, June 21, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EDT
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Denise Lee
Director of Training & Management Developmen

Denise has over 25 years of extensive experience in: 

  • Human Resources
  • Business Management
  • Retail Banking
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Retail Management
  • Sales & Relationship Building
  • Program Design & Delivery
  • Supplier Diversity


Denise Lee or Stacy Yerger 
Office:  610-779-3870 
Mobile:  610-207-9580


Mosteller & Associates' Training Center 
2433 Morgantown Road, Suite 100
White Pines Professional Center
Reading, PA 19607

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Preventing Harassment in the Workplace

Harassment in today’s work environment is no longer just sexual harassment. Instead, it now refers to all forms of harassment including employee bullying and mobbing which have become common workplace phrases and play a key role in creating hostile work environments. The potential exists in every workplace. 

All employees deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.  All workplaces must be free of harassment. Harassment disrupts and interferes with an employee’s work performance and creates an intimidating, offensive and hostile environment. Organizations must address this issue head-on as it can be a very costly proposition resulting in absenteeism, low morale, reduced productivity, turnover, and huge damage and litigation costs. Claims regarding workplace harassment have drastically increased during recent years.  

This program is designed to help managers understand with constitutes harassment and their role and responsibility in recognizing, addressing, and preventing all forms of harassment in the workplace.

Key Topics 

  • Laws surrounding workplace harassment
  • Cost of Harassment
  • Forms of Workplace Harassment
  • Actions, Words & Behaviors Associated with Harassment
  • Employee Impact
  • Hostile Work Environment
  • Tangible Employment Action/Quid Pro Quo
  • What’s Not Harassment
  • Preventing & Responding to Issues of Harassment
  • Responsibility of a Manager
  • Retaliation
  • EEOC