Workplace and sexual harassment are “people issues” that often involve decent people acting in ways that make others feel disrespected, vulnerable and psychologically unsafe. This course:
📎 Download Preventing Workplace Harassment Program Summary (US version 10)
SKIP AHEAD TO:
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for California Managers (CA120)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for California Employees (CA60)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for Connecticut Managers & Employees (CT120)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for Illinois Managers & Employees (IL60)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for New York Managers & Employees (NY60)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for Non-CA/NY Managers (US60)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for Non-CA/NY Employees (US35)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for all Employees and Managers (ALL60)
- Preventing Workplace Harassment for all Employees and Managers (ALL120)
Program timers are included in the California & Connecticut versions, but can be added to other programs upon request.
The program is available in English and 50 languages that have been translated through machine translations if you are hosted on our Emtrain AI platform. If you are a SCORM client, please review this article for more information.
Required Program Elements
A PDF of, or link to, your written harassment prevention policy is available for clients to upload and configure their policy. Emtrain provides a help desk tutorial showing program managers how to complete this task for hosted AI and SCORM admins. Find a Sample Workplace Harassment Policy on our website, if needed.
As part of the program, learners must both read and acknowledge receipt of your workplace harassment policy using the Policy Acknowledgement cards.
Default Policy Acknowledgement cards found in the Preventing Workplace Harassment program include:
Is this program compliant with my state's laws?
Our course meets all training requirements related to sexual harassment and bullying, including those in California (AB1825, AB2053, SB396, and SB1343), New York (NYHRL/§201-G), New York City (Local Law 96), Illinois (IHRA/WTA/§§2-109, 2.110), Delaware (DEA/HC 360), Connecticut (§46A), New Jersey, Delaware (HB 360/§711A) and Maine (§807).
What is the difference in the content for the New York Course?
The New York course contains compliant content for the NY State and NYC laws. The program was revised to meet the recently updated standards that went into effect October 11, 2019.