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The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (Illinois Employees, Managers & Supervisors)
Beginning January 1, 2020, Illinois now requires all employers to provide sexual harassment training. SB 75 (also known as the Workplace Transparency Act), mandates that all employees receive sexual harassment training annually. The first deadline is January 1, 2021.
The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (Connecticut Employees, Managers & Supervisors)
Connecticut has enacted a state law, the Time’s Up Act, expanding sexual harassment training requirements for employers with employees working in Connecticut. Employers must now provide two hours of sexual harassment training to all employees in Connecticut, not just supervisors. This course will drive deep conversations around the definition and consequences of sexual harassment.
The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (Delaware Employees, Managers & Supervisors)
With the passing of Delaware House Bill (HB) 360, the state created a new section to the Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act (DDEA) that focuses specifically on sexual harassment. Delaware companies with 50 or more employees (excluding independent contractors or employees who work less than 6 months) are required to provide sexual harassment prevention training every two (2) years. This flexible course platform allows facilitators to customize and present a course that fits both their compliance needs and their organizational needs.
The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (Maine Employees, Managers & Supervisors)
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.
The Consequences of Sexual Harassment™ (New York Employees, Managers & Supervisors)
Specific for New York State (New York State Human Rights Law) and New York City (NYC Human Rights Law) sexual harassment training requirements! New York companies are required to provide sexual harassment prevention training. This flexible course platform allows facilitators to customize and present a course that fits both their compliance needs and their organizational needs.
Discussion Card: Sexual Harassment Prevention
Let's be honest… sexual harassment is still a very real workplace issue. Reinforcing prevention training is key to stopping sexual harassment. These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (E.N.O.U.G.H.) along with thought-provoking questions on speaking up and stopping sexual harassment. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here™
Sexual harassment can occur in businesses of all sizes and industries, with potentially devastating consequences. This program presents a series of compelling scenarios to provide the foundation your workforce needs to prevent and address such behavior before it escalates.
Beyond Sexual Harassment™ Other Forms of Harassment and Discrimination (Employee Version)
This program is designed to stimulate discussion about the non-sexual forms of harassment in the workplace, including religion, age, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability and retaliation. This video program will provide employees with valuable tools to help eliminate the emotional and financial problem of harassment in the workplace. The eight stop-and-discuss video vignettes are designed to show employees what constitutes unprofessional, unacceptable or illegal behavior-and how to handle harassment when it does occur.
Just Relax (from Sexual Harassment? You Decide.)
How a massage may be interpreted as inappropriate touching.
The Best Side... (from Sexual Harassment? You Decide.)
How inappropriate comments about physical appearance can lead to sexual harassment (female to male).
The Critique - Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here
How inappropriate comments about physical appearance can lead to sexual harassment (male to female).
The Critique - Sexual Harassment? You Decide.
Making inappropriate comments about physical appearance
Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here - Program Opening
Outlines and reinforces personal responsibilities for recognizing and preventing sexual harassment.
Sexual Harassment? You Decide - Program Opening
Explains the legal definition of sexual harassment.
Sexual Harassment: It Can Happen Here - Program Summary
Reviews the point that preventing sexual harassment is everyone's responsibility.
Sexual Harassment? You Decide - Program Summary
Reviews key points on the importance of preventing sexual harassment.
SMART-START™ Sexual Harassment: It's Everyone's Responsibility
A thought-provoking video that uses music,text and graphics to inspire and stimulate discussion about protecting your employees and organization from sexual harassment.
Clearly communicate that you will have zero-tolerance for any e-mail communications with repeated requests for dates, sexually suggestive comments, jokes, or Internet links to sexually suggestive sites.
Gina's Fan (Employees)
Vignette shows co-worker sending email communications with sexually suggestive comments, requests, jokes, or internet links to sexually suggestive sites - creating a hostile work environment.
TrainingBytes® I Could Tell You Were Cold
Even when subtle in nature, comments, body language, and tone of voice that imply something sexual is not appropriate in the workplace. These kinds of actions can easily lead to charges of hostile environment sexual harassment.