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Preventing Discrimination & Harassment

Promote a respectful work environment free of all forms of harassment, intimidation, and discrimination.

Anti-harassment training benefits your individual employees and the company as a whole. It’s also required in many states. We offer courses tailored to each state’s requirements. Don’t know what your state’s laws are? We can help.

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Champion Civility

Learn how to make positive actions to support workplace civility and respect, including bystander intervention.

Dating at Work

In this course, you will learn about the risks associated with dating coworkers, how to lower those risks and how to recognize the risks of engaging in supervisor/employee relationships.

Digital Sexual Harassment

In this course, you will learn that in addition to email; harassment can be done via text messages, chat, forums, article comments, social media, video and photo sharing, and even phone calls. We’re not going to try to answer tricky legal questions. Instead, we’re going to focus on keeping it respectful. If everyone behaves respectfully as they participate in the digital world, there shouldn’t be any concerns about illegal workplace harassment.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity

In this course you’ll learn the benefits diversity brings to your team, how you can identify and encourage diversity, and how to support an inclusive work environment the way we are different from each other can make us stronger when working together. Those differences can also create challenges. It’s easy to miss out on the advantages if we only focus on the problems.

Employee Acknowledgement

This course is to be applied at the end of all courses for a quick acknowledgement to imply your understanding of the course material presented.

Identifying Discrimination

Understanding workplace discrimination, including what it is, who is protected and how to identify it, gives you the background you need to be a positive force for workplace respect.

Introduction

Creating and maintaining a healthy and respectful workplace requires everyone working together. Watch your way through a series of short courses that will help you determine what discrimination and harassment in the workplace looks like, what to do if you experience it, and how to prevent it from happening in the first place.

Sexual Harassment

Create a respectful workplace by learning to recognize what is considered sexual harassment, how to prevent it from happening and the steps to take if you see or experience sexual harassment.

Sexual Harassment in the Hospitality Industry

In this course, you will learn about and understand why hospitality industries have a greater risk for sexual harassment. You’ll learn actions you can take to protect yourself and coworkers, and understand your manager’s responsibilities, and more importantly how they can help.

Stop Harassment in its Tracks

Learn how to tell someone to stop harassing you, how to respond if someone asks you to stop behaving in a certain way, and how to seek assistance by reporting the behavior.

The Golden Rule Upgrade

Learn examples of common preference differences, how to identify people’s wants and needs, and why and how you should work to accommodate those preferences.

In Development—will be available December 31, 2019

Unconscious Bias

Learn what unconscious bias is, ways to make your own biases visible, and how to minimize the negative impact your unconscious bias has on your relationships with coworkers.

In Development—will be available December 31, 2019

Working it Out

Learn five conflict resolution strategies and when to apply each, and a process for working with another person to resolve a conflict.

In Development—will be available December 31, 2019

Coaching Conversations

Learn how to have effective one-on-one conversations about respect, including how to skillfully tackle objections and defensive responses.

Corrective Action

After becoming aware of harassment; the company has an obligation to investigate, draw conclusions, and take appropriate action that resolves the problem.

Establishing Respect Norms

Learn how to collaboratively develop a set of respect norms for your group, reinforce behavior that supports the norms and intervene when more work needs to be done.

Expect the Best

Understand the leadership role you have in preventing harassment and doing what you can to proactively create a healthy workplace culture, built on respect.

Manager Acknowledgement

This course is to be applied at the end of all courses for a quick acknowledgement to imply your understanding of the course material presented.

Receiving Complaints

Learn how to effectively listen to an employee’s concerns and ensure you handle all workplace complaints with skill and professionalism.

Know Your Rights: California Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of California’s mandatory harassment training (AB 1825, AB 2053, SB 396 & SB 1343) for CA managers and employees.

Know Your Rights: Connecticut Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of Connecticut’s mandatory harassment training requirements.

Know Your Rights: Delaware Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of Delaware’s mandatory harassment training requirements.

Know Your Rights: Illinois Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of Illinois’ mandatory harassment training requirements.

In Development—will be available December 31, 2019

Know Your Rights: Washington Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of Washington’s mandatory harassment training requirements.

In Development—will be available December 31, 2019

Know Your Rights: Maine Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the requirements of Maine’s mandatory harassment training requirements.

Know Your Rights: New York Harassment Protections

Learn about and meet the training requirements and standards mandated by the New York Department of Labor, the New York Division of Human Rights and New York City’s Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act.

Prices That Work for YOUR Organization

Pricing starting at $24 per learner (annual license). Contact us for volume discounts.

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