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Preventing and Addressing Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace (Employee-version) (Online CE Course)

(based on 620 customer ratings)

Jennifer Balliet
Timothy Westover, M(IT)
Reviewer: Leah Coppolino, MPH, MLS(ASCP)

This course is intended for employees to learn about the basics of sexual harassment and discrimination and for supervisors to learn appropriate managerial response to sexual harassment and discrimination in the healthcare workplace. While some inappropriate scenarios involving sexual harassment or discrimination are obvious, others may be unintentional but just as damaging. Supervisors will learn methods to prevent and address harassment and discrimination in their employee teams through descriptive narratives and example scenarios, focused on abiding by federal and state law and following their healthcare facility’s policies. Definitions and examples of various forms of harassment and discrimination are outlined to advise supervisors in the identification of problematic behavior and develop the skill set needed to handle the investigation process. This course includes both ungraded practice questions and an assessment exam upon completion.

This course includes four different versions for different audiences:

  • Employee version
  • Supervisor version
  • Employee version, specific for California requirements
  • Supervisor version, specific for California requirements

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Additional Information

Level of instruction: Basic
 
Intended audience: All healthcare personnel.
 
Author information: Mrs. Balliet has served as Vice President of Human Resources since 2015. Mrs. Balliet joined NeoGenomics in 2008, and has steadily increased her responsibilities and was previously serving as Director of Human Resources. During her time at NeoGenomics, she has managed Human Resources as the Company grew from 100 employees to more than 800 employees in mulit-site and multi-state locations, including Florida, Tennessee, Texas, and California. Mrs. Balliet is responsible for all areas of Human Resources, including recruiting, training, compliance, compensation, incentive plans, and organizational development. Mrs. Balliet received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and her Master of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Florida.
 
Author information: Tim Westover is the senior web architect for MediaLab, Inc. He received his Bachelor's degree in English from Davidson College and his Master's of Internet Technology from the University of Georgia. He has worked with MediaLab since 1997, developing the software platform on which MediaLab courses are created and delivered. Tim has current experience in employee management, including administrating employee education and orientation programs. 
 
Reviewer information: Leah Coppolino, MPH, MLS(ASCP) is a Program Director for MediaLab Inc. Previously, Leah was the Director of Education and Outreach as well as the Medical Laboratory Science Program Director at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She holds a Masters in Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University.
 
 
 

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