Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

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Online Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in Maine


All employees are entitled to a comfortable and hostile-free work environment. Employers in Maine with 15 or more employees are required to train their employees on specific topics related to sexual harassment prevention, with additional requirements for managers. Our separate employee and manager modules cover all the required content using real-world scenarios to help trainees recognize and respond to harassment in the workplace. These Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention modules meet and exceed the minimum training standards as mandated by the Maine Human Rights Act and related legislation. 

This online and interactive training course for supervisors covers all the information required by Maine law, including definitions of harassment and sexual harassment, the illegality of sexual harassment, multiple examples of harassment and sexual harassment, the legal complaint process through the Maine Human Rights Commission, protection against retaliation, and what employees and managers can do to create and maintain a harassment-free work environment. Managers also learn their role in preventing and stopping sexual harassment, as well as their personal liability should harassment occur on their watch. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace.

Key components covered in this manager version of Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • The illegality of sexual harassment, as defined by state and federal law.
  • Examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Legal remedies and complaint process for employees, including how to report it to the Maine Human Rights Commission and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • The illegality of retaliation against people who file a harassment claim or participate in a harassment investigation.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • Supervisor’s role in preventing harassment.
  • Supervisor’s liability and responsibility under the law.
  • Supervisor’s role in investigating and stopping harassment.

This online and interactive training course for employees covers all the information required by Maine law, including definitions of harassment and sexual harassment, the illegality of sexual harassment, multiple examples of harassment and sexual harassment, the legal complaint process through the Maine Human Rights Commission, protection against retaliation, and what employees can do to create and maintain a harassment-free work environment. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace.

Key components covered in this employee version of Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • The illegality of sexual harassment, as defined by state and federal law.
  • Examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Legal remedies and complaint process for employees, including how to report it to the Maine Human Rights Commission and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • The illegality of retaliation against people who file a harassment claim or participate in a harassment investigation.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report and investigate harassment.

Manager

This online and interactive training course for supervisors covers all the information required by Maine law, including definitions of harassment and sexual harassment, the illegality of sexual harassment, multiple examples of harassment and sexual harassment, the legal complaint process through the Maine Human Rights Commission, protection against retaliation, and what employees and managers can do to create and maintain a harassment-free work environment. Managers also learn their role in preventing and stopping sexual harassment, as well as their personal liability should harassment occur on their watch. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace.

Key components covered in this manager version of Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • The illegality of sexual harassment, as defined by state and federal law.
  • Examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Legal remedies and complaint process for employees, including how to report it to the Maine Human Rights Commission and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • The illegality of retaliation against people who file a harassment claim or participate in a harassment investigation.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • Supervisor’s role in preventing harassment.
  • Supervisor’s liability and responsibility under the law.
  • Supervisor’s role in investigating and stopping harassment.

Employee

This online and interactive training course for employees covers all the information required by Maine law, including definitions of harassment and sexual harassment, the illegality of sexual harassment, multiple examples of harassment and sexual harassment, the legal complaint process through the Maine Human Rights Commission, protection against retaliation, and what employees can do to create and maintain a harassment-free work environment. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace.

Key components covered in this employee version of Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • The illegality of sexual harassment, as defined by state and federal law.
  • Examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Legal remedies and complaint process for employees, including how to report it to the Maine Human Rights Commission and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • The illegality of retaliation against people who file a harassment claim or participate in a harassment investigation.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report and investigate harassment.

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What Does Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Do for Your Business?


Knowledge is power. The best way to prevent harassment is to give employees and managers the information they need to recognize harassing behavior, report it, and handle it appropriately and according to the law. Our online sexual harassment training can help supervisors and employees see the big picture of harassment while showing them their role in prevention. For more information on our Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention course and library of other important training topics, contact us today for a guided demonstration of our branded training suites and state-of-the-art LMS!

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