160282 – Preventing Sexual Harassment: US Edition
Preventing Sexual Harassment: US Edition covers how to recognize, prevent, and speak up about sexual harassment in the workplace.
Employees are guided in recognizing unwelcome behavior and conduct that could be considered sexual harassment. Next, the course provides more specific guidance on identifying and preventing various types of sex-based discrimination and harassment; emphasis is placed on pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Finally, learners receive instruction on who might be a harasser and where it might take place, safely intervening as an active bystander, and how to report actual or suspected instances of sexual harassment.
This course has an additional category for managers, which focuses on preventing and responding to sexual harassment. In particular, the category emphasizes the importance of educating employees, monitoring the work environment, and leading by example. Managers also receive direction on responding to reports of sexual harassment in accordance with organizational policy.
This course includes multi-select jurisdiction-specific content for Delaware, Illinois, Maine, and New York.
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Key Terms: bystander intervention | discrimination | gender expression | gender identity | gender-based harassment | harassment | hostile work environment | non-retaliation | pregnancy | protected characteristics | quid pro quo | remedies | report | reporting | sex stereotyping | sex-based harassment | sexual discrimination | sexual harassment | sexual orientation | transgender | transition | unwanted conduct | unwelcome conduct