Age Discrimination And Harassment Prevention

 

Stop Discrimination, Encourage Bonhomie

Age Discrimination in the workplace training course provides management personnel with the basic skills necessary to identify and avoid conduct in the workplace that constitutes age discrimination and harassment. Throughout the age discrimination training, employees will become familiar with federal laws and practices, employment actions, and consequences that are commonly associated with workplace age discrimination.

Upon completion of the course, employees should be able to confidently:

  • Have an understanding of what constitutes age discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
  • Become familiar with the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act and its relationship with age discrimination and protections in the workplace.
  • Learn how to avoid engaging age discrimination in the workplace from pre to post hire.
  • Have an understanding of the potential consequences associated with age discrimination claims.


Due to the aging workforce and significance of laws protecting employees over 40 years of age, it is critical that any employee or member of management who is responsible for employee decisions, from pre to post hire, fully understand how age impacts decision making and subsequent actions.

Due to the increasing number of claims and damages being awarded for age discrimination and harassment, it is highly recommended that employees who interview, manage, or influence employees and decisions about employees complete the age discrimination in the workplace training course.

 

Stop Discrimination, Encourage Bonhomie

Age Discrimination in the workplace training course provides management personnel with the basic skills necessary to identify and avoid conduct in the workplace that constitutes age discrimination and harassment. Throughout the age discrimination training, employees will become familiar with federal laws and practices, employment actions, and consequences that are commonly associated with workplace age discrimination.

Upon completion of the course, employees should be able to confidently:

  • Have an understanding of what constitutes age discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
  • Become familiar with the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act and its relationship with age discrimination and protections in the workplace.
  • Learn how to avoid engaging age discrimination in the workplace from pre to post hire.
  • Have an understanding of the potential consequences associated with age discrimination claims.


Due to the aging workforce and significance of laws protecting employees over 40 years of age, it is critical that any employee or member of management who is responsible for employee decisions, from pre to post hire, fully understand how age impacts decision making and subsequent actions.

Due to the increasing number of claims and damages being awarded for age discrimination and harassment, it is highly recommended that employees who interview, manage, or influence employees and decisions about employees complete the age discrimination in the workplace training course.

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