iHire Announces Live Virtual HR Training Course on Workplace Harassment

April 12, 2024 / / News

A Manager’s Guide to Harassment Complaints: How to Respond, Minimize Liability & Protect Your Employees,” scheduled for April 16

Frederick, Maryland – April 4, 2024 – iHire will host a live virtual HR training course, “A Manager’s Guide to Harassment Complaints: How to Respond, Minimize Liability & Protect Your Employees,” on April 16, 2024. Featuring two hours of training, interactive discussions, and Q&A with iHire’s seasoned HR consultants, this course will equip attendees with the legal and compliance knowledge needed to address sexual harassment, bullying, and discrimination complaints in the workplace.

“Research suggests that over half of employees have witnessed or experienced inappropriate behaviors at work, yet many managers and business leaders don’t know what to do when an associate comes to them with a harassment complaint,” said Chrisanne Bowden, Senior HR Consultant, iHire. “We hope attendees will walk away from this course feeling that they can handle these difficult situations safely and confidently.”

iHire’s course is ideal for managers who don’t have a dedicated HR resource; early career HR assistants, specialists, and managers; owners and operators who manage HR tasks; and anyone who wants to ensure they comply with HR laws and best practices surrounding workplace harassment complaints.

Course Details:

What: A Manager’s Guide to Harassment Complaints: How to Respond, Minimize Liability & Protect Your Employees 

When: Tuesday, April 16, 2024, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET

WhereVirtually/the comfort of your desk


  • Chrisanne Bowden, iHire Senior HR Consultant
  • Vickie Krolak, SHRM-CP, SPHR, iHire HR Consultant

Topics Covered:

  • How to identify sexual harassment, bullying, and discrimination
  • What actions to take after receiving a complaint
  • When to conduct an investigation yourself or consult a third party
  • What risks arise from mishandling a complaint or investigation
  • Which relevant federal and state laws to keep in mind
  • What to do after concluding an investigation

Additional Information: Attendees will receive 1.75 SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs)/1.75 HRCI Recertification Credits in addition to a free 30-minute consultation with iHire’s HR Consultants to dig deeper into their questions or toughest HR challenges.

To Register: https://go.ihire.com/c6j7p   

About iHire

iHire is a leading career-oriented platform that powers a family of 57 industry-focused talent networks, including WorkInSports, iHireVeterinary, iHireDental, iHireConstruction, and iHireChefs. For more than 20 years, iHire has combined advanced job matching technology with our expertise in the talent acquisition space to connect job seekers with employers in their desired sector. With an industry-specific, candidate-centric, and data-driven approach to recruitment, iHire helps candidates find meaningful work and employers find unique, high-quality talent – faster, easier, and more effectively than a general job board. Visit www.iHire.com for more information. 



Brooke Faulkner

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