The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (Maine Employees, Managers & Supervisors)

Required Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Unwelcome sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates the Maine Human Rights Act. Unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature which threatens job security, working conditions, or advancement opportunities is considered sexual harassment.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior

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Training Files (25)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage 
Full Video10:59 minEnglishDemo
ENOUGH!™ (Manager Overview)
Video with graphics and narrator
Full Video09:58 minEnglishDemo
Full Video08:03 minEnglishDemo
Acknowledgement Form - Maine
Acknowledgement Form
Workshop Material 1 pageEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 3 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 63 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 26 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 29 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 16 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 6 pagesEnglishDemo
Workshop Material 5 pagesEnglishDemo
Additional Material 3 pagesEnglishDemo
Sexual Harassment Poster - Maine
Information Worksheet
Additional Material 1 pageEnglishDemo

Additional Information

Under Maine's sexual harassment prevention law (26 M.R.S.A S807), employers with more than 15 employees must provide sexual harassment training to all employees. All supervisors must also be provided with training within one year of attaining a supervisory position. Employers must provide the training within one year of hiring a new employee.


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