New Mexico Continuing Education Course: Sex and Real Estate: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Discrimination, and Fair Housing (Education Elective)

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New Mexico Continuing Education COURSE

New Mexico CE:Sex and Real Estate: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Discrimination, and Fair Housing (Education Elective)

Sex and Real Estate: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Discrimination, and Fair Housing (Education Elective)

$39.0
3.0 Total hours
3.0 Elective hours
0.0 Mandatory hours
In New Mexico, this course is approved for 3 Education Elective hours.

Sexual harassment in real estate isn’t limited to landlords, and thanks in part to movements such as #MeToo and Time’s Up, sexual harassment and sexual discrimination have moved to the forefront of the national conversation.

Allegations, investigations, firings, resignations, and even arrests have rippled across major industries and affected high-profile individuals in entertainment, media, politics, and business. In short: workplace behavior is under a microscope like never before. 

In this course, we explore the impact sexual harassment may have on your clients, your brokerage, and your reputation. We’ll review actions you can take to ensure that your office is inclusive and welcoming to all, and that your clients’ best interests are always protected.  

Course highlights:

  • How sexual harassment is defined by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR)
  • Protections offered through Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the federal Fair Housing Act
  • Ramifications of sexual harassment within a brokerage, including how it affects clients and customers
  • Federal Sexual Harassment Housing Initiative
  • Federal and state laws protecting sexual orientation and gender identity in housing
  • Landmark legal cases relating to sexual harassment and gender discrimination
  • Tips for putting together a comprehensive office policy that addresses sexual harassment and the complaint process
  • Activities and scenarios to reinforce key concepts