Employment Law Custom Videos

Custom Video training delivers a consistent message and consistent results. We have produced numerous Employment Law videos, such as harassment training videos, diversity training as well as FMLA training for Fortune 500 companies. They have proven to be very beneficial to the company and well received by the audience. Furthermore, they provide legal proof that your management and/or your employees have been properly trained.

With the proper Employment Law video training, supervisors will become familiar with those laws and the general principles essential to maintaining a workplace free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. One note: If an employee proves in court that a supervisor or manager did discriminate proper training so that he knew his actions were in direct violation of company policy. New supervisor training is critical with all of the changes in employment law and court decisions, itís imperative for supervisors to be trained regularly to keep up with employment laws and regulations., harass, or retaliate against him, an employer can protect itself by showing that it provided that supervisor by sharing the video training that occurred.

This particular employment law video was designed to education managers on a hostile work environment that eventually turned into adverse job situations. We point out some of the adverse job consequences of this sexual harassment event. First Cut Communications custom training videos have proven invaluable to large and small companies.




This particular legal compliance video was designed to education managers on a hostile work environment that eventually turned into adverse job situations. We point out some of the consequences of this event.




We define Quid Pro Quo and hostile work environment and what is included in the hostile work environment. We also point out how non employees can create a hostile work environment.




In this generic employment law video produced for AGTS we watch how a manager handles an employee coming back from FMLA leave. The video was designed to provoke discussions about how you as a manager would have and should have handled the situation.

 

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