Preventing harassment in the workplace is one of the most pressing compliance training initiatives for all organizations. Sexual harassment training is mandated in certain states and essential to building a legal defense under the Faragher-Ellerth affirmative defense requirements. Regular, high-quality online workplace harassment training educates employees and raises awareness about harassment—one of the most common forms of employee misconduct—and helps build a workplace culture of respect and ethical behavior.
The Workplace Harassment training course for managers fulfills California AB 1825 sexual harassment training laws, the new AB 2053 Abusive Conduct training regulation, as well as Connecticut and Maine Harassment laws. The first segment is set in the context of a multi-host talk show presented in the employee version of the course. The second segment, designed specifically for managers, is called Compliance City. This segment is a game where managers are required to solve real-world challenges to advance to the next level and collect rewards along the way.
The standard and basic manager versions of the Workplace Harassment training course go beyond sexual harassment to cover additional protected categories such as race, age, religion, disability, veteran status, gender identity and sexual orientation.
- Topics Covered:
- Spotting harassment and responding to it
- Identifying the different forms harassment can take
- Harassment and technology
- Defining protected categories
- Importance of reporting suspected misconduct
- Sex and gender harassment
- Risks associated with workplace romance
- The rule against retaliation
- Bullying and its impact in the workplace
- Handling complaints properly
- The manager’s role in spotting, addressing and preventing harassment and retaliation—whether in person or online
- How to identify and address abusive conduct (ensuring compliance with California AB 2053)
- Proper techniques for receiving complaints, including complaints from reluctant and/or chronic reporters
- When to engage with organizational allies such as HR and senior management
- Investigation basics and the importance of confidentiality
- Best practice techniques for managing employees who have complained
- Available remedies under law
- Strategies for addressing and preventing misconduct and harassment
- Optional content for managers on preventing harassment based on gender identity
- Optional content for managers on family responsibility discrimination and stereotyping
SHRM: 1 PDC
HRCI: 1 HR (general)
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