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What Training Does the EEOC Require?

Anonymous - November 24, 2015
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Does the EEOC require Employers to train their managers on any specific training? In addition, are employers required to sit down with each individual supervisor and ask them questions such as these, document their answers, and have the supervisor sign it? What would be the pros and cons to this approach.

Do you maintain a working environment in your area of responsibility, which is free of harassment, intimidation, and coercion on job sites and in facilities which this company’s employees are assigned to work? How was this accomplished?

Do you periodically check all employees to determine if, in fact, there is no harassment, intimidation, or coercion taking place at the job site? If so, when? If any of these forms of prohibited conduct were discovered, what actions did you take to correct it?

Do you monitor all on-the-job training to ensure proper and comprehensive training of each employee, regardless of race or gender? If so, in what manner was this accomplished?

Are you available and responsive to all employees with on-the-job or work related problems, regardless of race or gender? How is this demonstrated?

By representation of your signature, you agree that the material contained in this evaluation has been discussed and that any marked “No” must be immediately corrected to conform to the company’s EEO Policy and Affirmative Action Plan.

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