MANAGING SEXUAL HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, FAVORITISM & BULLYING AT THE WORKPLACE
||August 18-19, 2021
||09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
||Johor Bahru - ZOOM Online Platform
Employer’s affirmative duty is to maintain a workplace free of harassment, favoritism & intimidation. The issue of sexual harassment in the workplace continues to attract extensive media coverage, as more victims are empowered to report misconduct against the harassers. However, many instances of sexual harassment is not detected or recognized by the management. In view of the lack of legal provisions, many employers failed or are reluctant to take disciplinary against the perpetrators of sexual harassment. The government viewed sexual harassment seriously and in 2012 the Employment Act was gazetted and employers are required to comply with the law as well as the Code of Practice on Prevention and Eradication of sexual harassment at the Workplace. Employers have the responsibility of implementing the relevant sexual harassment law and its policies and procedures to ensure compliance in the event of a complaint of sexual harassment from their employees.
Registration Deadline: August 12, 2021
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