Preventing Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment continues to remain a real workplace problem. A workplace that allows–and even encourages– such conduct cannot promote respect for all employees to obtain their best performance. The United States Congress, state legislatures and local lawmakers have all enacted laws that require most employers to train all employees on sexual harassment prevention and response. Because managers act on behalf of their employer, they have a special duty to promote a workplace free of sexual harassment, seek to prevent such improper conduct and effectively respond to instances and complaints. This course does not fulfill the specific requirements of any one state, and should not be used as a substitute for state-specific training in a jurisdiction that has a legislative training requirement.

DURATION: 70 minutes
AUDIENCE: Managers & supervisors

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 to obtain their best performance. United States Congress, state legislatures and local lawmakers have all have enacted laws that require most employers to train all employees on sexual harassment prevention and response. All employees need to understand their role in promoting a healthy workplace, preventing sexual harassment and effectively responding to such misconduct when it occurs. This course does not fulfill the specific requirements of any one state, and should not be used as a substitute for state-specific training in a jurisdiction that has a legislative training requirement.

DURATION: 60 minutes
AUDIENCE: All employees

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