Illinois Preventing Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment continues to remain a real workplace problem. Media stories and studies clarify the high toll that this misconduct takes on targeted employees, coworkers, and the overall work environment. A workplace that allows—and even encourages—such conduct cannot promote respect for all employees. Illinois enacted laws that require most employers to train all employees on sexual harassment prevention and response. All employees have a duty to promote a workplace free of sexual harassment and seek to prevent such improper conduct.

Course Objectives:

  • Appreciate why harassment is so debilitating to targeted individuals and the workplace.
  • Understand the types of sexual harassment.
  • Recognize sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • Know when and how to intervene in suspected sexual harassment.
  • Know how to address suspected sexual harassment through formal reporting channels, either within the organization or externally, such as with a regulatory agency.

Course Versions:

Foundation
Audience: All managers & supervisors
Code: setu227
Time: 70 mins

Foundation
Audience: All employees
Code: setu228
Time: 60 mins

Condensed
Audience: All IL non-manager employees
Code: setu239
Time: 35 mins

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