The new programs incorporate the EEOC report’s recommendations on compliance, workplace civility and bystander intervention training. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has launched new training this month aimed at helping employers to create a respectful workplace environment

The Society for Human Resource Management reports that two new harassment prevention programs, “Leading for Respect” for supervisors and “Respect in the Workplace” for employees, highlight civility, acceptable workplace conduct and behaviors that contribute to an inclusive workplace. The supervisor training is four hours, and employee training is three hours.

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