Provides training to educate managers and employees on the laws, regulations and University policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities.

Sample Courses:

Learn best practices and procedures for working with potentially biohazardous materials.
Upon completion of this course, you will understand: the wide range of behaviors that may constitute discrimination and harassment; that free speech rights don’t apply in the workplace; what constitutes a tangible employment action; and that everyone has a right to work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment.
So you refer to a co-worker as “dear,” “babe, “and “darling” or inquire about their sexual identity...What is the big deal? Can your behavior in the workplace be defined as sexually harassing? Learn more about the definition of sexual harassment, appropriate and inappropriate behavior in the workplace, and the University’s policy on Conflict of Interest in Amorous Relationships.
As an employee, do you know what your responsibilities are in working at GSU? Are you aware of the many resources available to you if you have a problem or issue? If not, then this course is for you. This course will cover the main policies related to the employee’s work environment, who to contact for help, and how to access certain resources.
What is a grievance? What is a complaint? When should an individual file a grievance versus a complaint? What is a manager’s responsibility once a grievance or complaint is filed? Gain a better understanding of the grievance and investigative processes, time frames, referrals, steps to follow, and a manager’s role/responsibility in monitoring the environment.
Learn best practices and procedures for working with and disposing potentially hazardous materials.
Learn how to avoid discrimination complaints related to unfair recruitment/selection. Gain a better understanding of pitfalls, best practices, and the ODDEP review process during a hire.
A Chematix/Radiologistics question and answer session will take place after class.

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