Workplace Employee Hygiene Training
workplace employee cleanliness should be a top priority in the place one works. This shows professionalism and concern for his coworkers. While hygiene is a sensitive topic, many people find it difficult to discuss. However, it can be helpful for participants to have a more open discussion about the subject in a group setting. Our trainers have the knowledge to help employees improve their personal hygiene . This training session focuses on hygiene in the workplace. This training session is for employees in work areas with low standards of professionalism or who have issues with personal hygiene.
These issues will arise in any environment where you interact with others. These issues can be minor in some cases, or a major concern for everyone. They could also be caused by a lack of training or inconsideration.
Our trainers can provide the guidance and tools necessary to help your employees bring professionalism to their work place. This is especially important when issues arise due to lack of training or lack of consideration. Our trainers can integrate individuals with hygiene issues into group sessions, so that no one feels embarrassed or singled out. This will serve as a reminder and also provide additional training for those who perform at an acceptable level. Those who are not performing well will be able work their way up to meet company needs.
Instruction in Hygiene for Workplace Employees
Tough issues: How to talk to employees about personal hygiene
- Recognize the benefits of having difficult conversations
- Discuss the components of a successful behavior modification conversation
- Your company can help you deal with hygiene problems
- When it comes to hygiene, get over the barriers workers set up
- Hygiene issues such as bad hair days, inappropriate piercings or body art, poor clothing choices, bad breath and excessive gas can be resolved
- Poor hygiene habits should be avoided in the bud
- Find ways to encourage good hygiene in your workplace
The first day is spent getting to know each participant and discussing the workshop. Students will have the opportunity to identify their learning goals.
Let's talk about it!
Participants will begin the day by looking at the personal and professional benefits of investing time and energy in challenging conversations.
Guidelines to Facilitate Difficult Conversations
Participants will be able to create a framework to help them navigate difficult conversations and to play out ways to get started. Participants will also be provided with a list of business policies they should know.
Next, participants will play the role of the worker if they get offended, refuse to acknowledge that they have a problem, or fix it temporarily. Or if the worker asserts that disability is the cause.
Bad Hair Days (And weeks...and months
This session will discuss options for untrained hairstyles and dandruff.
Body Art and Piercings
Participants will learn great techniques for resolving any issues related to body piercings or tattoos.
Helping workers dress for success
Next, participants will be taught how to deal with violations of dress code, including a section that addresses topics that may be considered gender sensitive. Participants will also learn some tips to help workers who don't have the right tools to dress appropriately.
This session will discuss the causes of bad breath, also known as halitosis, how to fix it and how to share it with your employees.
Participants will then brainstorm ways to deal with poor personal hygiene, body odors from medical conditions, and employees who are too perfused. We'll also look at what to do if an employee is displaying signs of alcoholism or drug abuse.
This session will discuss incontinence or flatulence with a worker.
Finally, participants will create a list of their worst hygiene habits and brainstorm solutions.
Putting It into Practice
Participants will be asked to role-play a difficult hygiene situation in the last session. They will also receive feedback about how they dealt with it.
Workshop Wrap Up
Students will be able to ask questions and create an action plan at the end of each module.