Supervisory/Management

Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment (MGT 7948)

Scrambling to train your employees in sexual harassment prevention in order to meet the requirements of the amendments to the Workplace Transparency Act? Effective January 1, 2020, Illinois employers must provide all employees sexual harassment prevention annually. The first compliance deadline is January 1, 2021. This comprehensive program defines the types of sexual harassment, explains employer responsibilities and whistleblower protection, provides examples of conduct considered unlawful sexual harassment and describes a harassment-free workplace. 1.5 CE units available for RNs and LPNs.

This training can be customized to include policies and procedures specific to your company, contact Kevin Riley at (815) 280-2729 or kriley@jjc.edu.

ONLINE OPTIONS:

Illinois Sexual Harassment Employee (online) (MGT 7949)

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Meet the requirements of the new sexual harassment training law with this online class for employees. Employees will gain an understanding of the federal and state laws and learn the legal definitions of harassment. They will also learn how to recognize and report sexual harassment. Knowledge will be tested through interactive quizzes and a final exam. This online class can be completed in about one hour. Upon successful completion of the course and exam, employees can print watermarked certificates. Certificate is valid for one year.

Illinois Sexual Harassment Supervisor (online) (MGT 7950)

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Meet the requirements of the new sexual harassment training law with this online class for anyone who supervises or manages employees. In addition to the topics required to be covered for all employees, supervisors will learn the appropriate ways of responding to and managing sexual harassment complaints and how to communicate with employees. Knowledge will be tested through interactive quizzes and a final exam. This online class can be completed in about two hours. Upon successful completion of the course and exam, supervisors can print a watermarked certificate. Certificate is valid for one year.

Illinois Sexual Harassment Restaurant/Bar/Hotel Employee (online) (FOOD 448)

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Meet the requirements of the new sexual harassment training law with this online class for restaurant/bar/hotel employees. Employees will gain an understanding of the federal and state laws and learn the legal definitions of harassment. They will also learn how to recognize and report sexual harassment. Content includes real-life scenarios from the restaurant/bar/hotel industry. The required panic button will also be discussed. Knowledge will be tested through interactive quizzes and a final exam. This online class can be completed in about one hour. Upon successful completion of the course and exam, employees can print watermarked certificates. Certificate is valid for one year.

Illinois Sexual Harassment Restaurant/Bar/Hotel Supervisor (online) (FOOD 449)

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Meet the requirements of the new sexual harassment training law with this online class for anyone who supervises or manages employees in the restaurant/bar/hotel industry. In addition to the topics required to be covered for all employees, supervisors will learn the appropriate ways of responding to and managing sexual harassment complaints and how to communicate with employees. Content includes real-life scenarios from the restaurant/bar/hotel industry. The required panic button will also be discussed. Knowledge will be tested through interactive quizzes and a final exam. This online class can be completed in about two hours. Upon successful completion of the course and exam, supervisors can print a watermarked certificate. Certificate is valid for one year.

For more information about these programs, contact Chris Lester at dlester@jjc.edu or (815) 280-1423.


Frontline Supervision Certificate Training
(MGT 1030)

Develop the skills, understanding and insight required to excel as a leader. Designed to help the frontline supervisor, whether newly assigned or experienced, this program focuses on practical skills development and theoretical approaches to leadership for supervisors in all industries. You’ll discuss real-world issues and challenges to supervisory staff. Using a variety of learning methods—lecture, exercises, readings, videos, homework, self-assessments and group discussion—you’ll learn about strategic planning, communication skills, team building and performance.

For more information, call (815) 280-1555.