Harassment Training

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Online Harassment Training for Employees and Managers

All employees are entitled to a comfortable and hostile-free work environment. All employers must provide a workplace that is free from harassment and discrimination. While that sounds simple and clear, it’s much easier said than done. Employers face many challenges in preventing harassment. Online harassment training provides the baseline of knowledge managers and employees need to handle harassment in the workplace.

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Purchase Options

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Course Details

The employee version of our Harassment in the Workplace course includes real-world scenarios that help learners understand the many different forms harassment can take. As employees progress through the training, they become better able to check their own behavior and report incidents that happen to their coworkers.

Key components covered in this online harassment training course:

Harassment fundamentals
Examples of protected categories
Sexual harassment
Forms of harassment
Policies against retaliation
The manager version of our Harassment in the Workplace course includes real-world harassment scenarios, in addition to topics specific to a manager’s role in the prevention of harassment, liability associated with harassment, and a manager’s responsibilities in stopping and reporting harassment when it occurs.

Key components covered in this online harassment training course:

Spotting harassment and how to respond to it
Obligations to report suspected harassment and retaliation
Protected categories in today’s workplace
Best practices for handling inappropriate conduct
Harassment about religion, race and national origin
How to handle complaints against a manager

What Can You Do to Prevent Harassment?

Knowledge is power. The best way to prevent harassment is to give employees and managers the information they need to recognize harassing behavior and report it. Our online harassment training course(s) can help managers and employees see the big picture of harassment by answering important questions that are often misunderstood. For more information on our Harassment in the Workplace course and library of other great training topics, contact us today for a guided demonstration of our branded training suites and state-of-the-art LMS!