Training Time: 12 to 22 minutes
Language(s): English, Spanish
Sexual harassment was outlawed by the Civil Rights Act of 1964. However, there are still over 10,000 complaints for sexual harassment filed by U.S. workers every year with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This course aims to explain the dangerous implications and potential repercussions of sexual harassment in a professional setting.
This training discusses how to spot harassment, defines it, understand what constitutes offensive behavior, and how to report an incident. This course also discusses the legal aspects of sexual harassment, and how to deal with conduct and policy issues.
Utilize this course to show employees how they can help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace, or effectively respond to it if it does occur.