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    ServSafe Workplace® – Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Restaurant Industry (Employee)

    $22.00

    ServSafe Workplace® – Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Restaurant Industry (Employee) is an interactive program designed specifically for employees working in foodservice. It provides employees with facts about what sexual harassment is (and isn’t), how to report it, and why a harassment-free workplace is every employee’s right. Restaurant-industry examples describe a variety of sexual harassment scenarios and the impact they can have on individuals and the work environment. Developed in compliance with EEOC guidelines, the program takes a frank and modern approach to address and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

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    ServSafe Workplace® – Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Restaurant Industry (Manager)

    $30.00

    ServSafe Workplace® – Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Restaurant Industry (Manger) is an interactive program designed specifically for employees working in foodservice. It provides employees with facts about what sexual harassment is (and isn’t), how to report it, and why a harassment-free workplace is every employee’s right. Restaurant-industry examples describe a variety of sexual harassment scenarios and the impact they can have on individuals and the work environment. Developed in compliance with EEOC guidelines, the program takes a frank and modern approach to address and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

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    ServSafe Workplace® – Understanding Unconscious Bias in Restaurants (Employee)

    $22.00

    ServSafe Workplace® – Understanding Unconscious Bias in Restaurants (Employee) is an interactive program that sheds light on the existence of unconscious bias and guides restaurant employees in their interactions with guests and fellow employees. Developed in conjunction with the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA), the course is designed specifically for employees working in foodservice and includes restaurant-industry examples that depict a variety of scenarios in which unconscious bias may occur and the impact they can have on individuals as well as the work environment.