Harassment Prevention Training
Prevent Workplace Harassment
Harassment causes organizations to lose good employees every year. Our online harassment prevention program builds awareness about these threats and reduces workplace claims. Harassment prevention training from Workplace Answers will ensure that your employees are properly informed on the ways to prevent harassment in the workplace and harassment on campus.
Training Tailored to Your Needs
Our harassment prevention programs are AB 1825 and AB 2053 compliant, and full customization is available. Because different positions within your organization require different levels of anti-harassment training, our courses have been developed to meet the needs of supervisors, employers, and international employees.
Unlawful Harassment Prevention for All Employees
This unlawful workplace harassment course is designed to be taken by all of your organization’s employees. It introduces your staff to harassment prevention law and the protected categories of workers, how to identify and stop unlawful harassment in the workplace, and outlines employee personal liability under the law.
Unlawful Harassment Prevention Training Supervisor Supplement
The Unlawful Harassment Prevention Supervisor Supplement course is designed for all supervisors. It is intended to be taken after the Standard (All Employers) Unlawful Harassment Prevention course. This course highlights supervisors’ responsibilities under the law and includes insights on how supervisors should identify and receive complaints.
Unlawful Harassment Prevention for Global Employers
This anti-harassment course focuses on policies preventing harassment in the workplace for organizations with employees in other countries. Global harassment training introduces your workforce to harassment prevention law in general, their organization's specific policy, and how to identify and stop unlawful harassment in the workplace.
Compliance Tune-Up Available
Compliance Tune-ups offer short courses (from 30 seconds to a few minutes), entertaining communications, games, cartoons, and vignettes based on real-life situations that help learners practice and retain information after the initial course is completed. Available Compliance Tune-Ups for this course include:
Respect in the Workplace Parts I, II, III, IV - Across this series, we will cover the prevention of Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation and generally explain why Respect for others and Diversity are good. Good for people, good for companies. It will also show the negative consequences when such standards are not met.
- Educates all employees on how to recognize and report potential harassment early
- Teaches employees their role in creating a harassment-free workplace
- Defines what constitutes as unlawful harassment
- Demonstrates how to identify and resolve harassment
- Explains retaliation and its consequences
- Federal laws prohibiting harassment and discrimination
- Select state and local laws prohibiting harassment based on additional protected categories
- Key legal concepts from U.S. Supreme Court cases related to harassment