Coaching & Training

Workplace Harassment

This video is suggested viewing for all new hires with Peak Performers. It will help you to recognize what type of behavior to avoid in the workplace, and what to do if you experience or witness harassment.

Peak endeavors to assign you to a work site that is pleasant, healthful, comfortable, and free from intimidation, hostility or other offenses that might interfere with work performance. Harassment of any sort—verbal, physical, and visual—will not be tolerated. Likewise, harassment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, creed, national origin, citizenship, religious persuasion, marital status, height, weight, disability or veteran status is prohibited.

As a Peak PTM, you are responsible for keeping the worksite free of harassment. Any employee, who becomes aware of an incident of harassment, whether by witnessing the incident or being told of it, must report it to a Human Resource Associate or any officer of Peak with whom you feel comfortable. When Peak becomes aware that harassment might exist, it is obligated by law to take prompt and appropriate action, whether or not the victim requests such action.

If you feel that you have experienced harassment, report the incident immediately to a Human Resource Associate or any officer of Peak with whom you feel comfortable. Appropriate investigation and disciplinary action will be taken. All reports will be promptly investigated with due regard for the privacy of everyone involved. Peak will take any action necessary to appropriately correct the situation. Peak will not retaliate against any employee who makes a good faith report of alleged harassment, or unlawful discrimination, even if the employee was in error.

Any employee who violates our policies by making unwelcome advances, threatening or in any way harassing another employee may be personally liable for such actions and their consequences.

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