Department of Labor and Industry

Human Rights Training

 

The Assistance for Business Clinics are a series of seminars held in most Montana cities each spring and fall. These seminars provide an opportunity for business managers to learn what they need to know to comply with state and federal laws. Representatives from a variety of state and federal agencies provide short informative classes about their rules and regulations. For more information about the ABC, contact Christy Robbins, crobbins@mt.gov. To view the upcoming schedule or to download a registration form, click on the link below.

Other Training in Discrimination issues and prevention offered around Montana

Professional Development Center

The Professional Development Center, Department of Administration, regularly offers this half-day workshop. Check this website for dates and locations, http://pdc.mt.gov

All KIDDING ASIDE: PREVENTING HARASSMENT
Investment is $85 (discounts for multiple attendees from one organization)
Carries 3.0 Continuing Legal Education Credits

Job Accommodations Network

5 Practical Tips for Maintaining Job Accommodations

Disability Resources

Harassment takes many forms, both blatant and subtle. A person's sex, race, national origin, age, religion, or political views may be the target of harassment. It is important that all employees understand what harassment is and how to prevent it.

The Context

    * anti-discrimination law
    * what is harassment?
    * communication between the genders

Defining Harassment

    * would this bother you?
    * inappropriate actions and communications
    * beyond sex ­- other forms of harassment

Dealing with Harassment

    * guidelines and cases
    * what should employees do?
    * what should managers do?

Please check back again as new training opportunities will be added soon.