Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees

  • E-Learning

This course examines the serious concerns of sexual harassment in a professional environment. More than 10,000 U.S. workers file complaints about sexual harassment with the EEOC every year. Sexual harassment is problematic on many levels, and this course helps employees understand the severity of the problem and what to do about it. 

This course starts by defining sexual harassment and assisting the audience in understanding offensive and aggressive behaviors, as well as reporting a specific incident of this nature. It also discusses policy, procedure, legal considerations, and what someone crossing the line means or could mean in your organization. Use this course among your employees to foster a safe and comfortable working environment free from threats and inappropriate conduct.

 

Topics Covered

  • What is Sexual Harassment
  • Understanding Offensive Behavior
  • Company Policy and Appropriate Conduct 
  • What if Someone Crosses the Line
  • Reporting a Sexual Harassment Incident

Duration:

0.2 hours

Code/regulation:

SB1343

Frequency:

BiAnually

Who Should Attend:

All Employees