US Workplace Harassment, 5th Edition
This edition builds upon the success of our popular harassment curriculum. Recent updates provide a positive approach to workplace harassment issues, reinforce an affirmative workplace culture around respectful conduct and address changing laws and regulations, including state training requirements and case law.
Training options are available to suit a wide variety of needs and an enhanced learning approach distinguishes this course and versions are available for language (English, Spanish), state and manager/non-manager requirements, and industry vertical configurations.
Allows an organization to roll out courses that adapt to each learner’s demographics (manager vs. non-manager, state, language) and includes learner certification
- Covers needed state-required training to reduce the number of needed courses
- 50-minute version (NY, IL, DE, ME manager/employee)
- 60-minute version (CA employee, NY, IL, DE, ME manager/employee)
- 120-minute version (CA manager/employee; CT manager/employee;
ME, NY, IL, DE, and ME employee/manager)
- California, New York, Illinois, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, and all other states and territories (based on federal law)
- Manager and Employee versions available
Non-Required State Courses
- 40-minute version for non-managers
- 60-minute version for managers
- Modules from the Foundation course (on demand)
- Industry versions are available for General Office, Healthcare, Industrial, Hospitality, Retail, Municipal Government and College/University
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