Harassment Prevention Training

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Our modern, best-in-class Harassment Prevention training prepares your teams to meet the workplace challenges they’re facing today — not 20 years ago. Automatic updates satisfy local and national regulations alike, so your employees can focus on training they’ll not only learn from, but actually enjoy.

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What’s covered in Harassment Prevention training

This course covers relevant local and national laws related to harassment to ensure learners know their rights and obligations. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 40 minutes
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Customize content
  • Created with U.S.-based tech companies in mind

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant California laws including Cal. FEHA, Cal. Gov. Code Section 12950.1 & CCR Section 11024. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 1 hour for individual contributors
  • 2 hours for managers
  • Automatically administered every two years in accordance with California regulations (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in California

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

California

  • Rules & Regulations, including Federal Title VII and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act
  • Abusive conduct, protected characteristics, hostile work environment

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant Connecticut laws including Conn. FEPA, Time’s Up Act, & Conn. Agencies Regs. § 46a-54-200 through 46a-54-207. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 2 hours for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered every three years in accordance with Connecticut recommendations (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Connecticut

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

Connecticut

  • Connecticut-specific laws around harassment, including the CFEPA, Time’s Up Act, reporting to CHRO, and pregnancy and gender identity protections

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant Delaware laws including 19 Del C. Section 711A in the Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Delaware

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

Delaware

  • Delaware-specific laws around harassment, including the DDEA, reporting to the DDOL, and pregnancy and gender expression protections

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant Illinois laws including the Illinois Human Rights Act, 775 ILCS 5/2-109 and the Chicago Ordinance 2022-665 (Bystander Intervention). With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 2 hours for individual contributors
  • 3 hours for managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 Training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Illinois

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

Illinois

  • Illinois-specific laws around harassment, including the IHRA, reporting to the IDHR, and pregnancy and gender expression protections

Bystander Intervention

  • Types of bystander intervention 
  • Definitions for microaggressions, protected characteristics & intent vs. impact

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant Maine laws including the Maine Human Rights Act and 26 M.R.S.A. Section 807. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Maine

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

Maine

  • Covers Maine-specific laws around harassment, including the MHRA, reporting to the MHRC, and pregnancy and gender expression protections

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant New York laws including New York City Human Rights Law, Title 8 of the NYC, Section 201-g of the New York Labor Law, and Admin. Code § 8-107 (30). With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors
  • 1 hour for managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in New York

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

Rules & Regulations

  • Definitions for sexual harassment and its related laws, with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation and protected behaviors
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Gender Identity

  • Definitions for many of the gender identities
  • Best practices for treating colleagues with respect

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Pregnancy

  • The rights and laws protecting pregnant employees
  • Best practices for supporting pregnant colleagues

New York

  • New York-specific laws around harassment, including the NYSHRL, reporting to the DHR and CHR, and pregnancy and gender expression protections

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course is available in English and French to ensure learners in Canada know their rights and obligations. It covers the applicable Canadian provincial laws. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

The Basics

  • Definitions for sexual harassment with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Online Harassment

  • A level set on what online harassment looks like with statistics to understand its prevalence in hybrid workplaces & strategies to address it

Bias

  • Definition of bias and how to recognize biases
  • Ways to eliminate bias and strengthen inclusivity

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers relevant laws in India including the PoSH Act. With this course, your team will learn not only the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in India

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

The Basics

  • Definitions for sexual harassment with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Online Harassment

  • A level set on what online harassment looks like with statistics to understand its prevalence in hybrid workplaces & strategies to address it

Bias

  • Definition of bias and how to recognize biases
  • Ways to eliminate bias and strengthen inclusivity

The PoSH Act of India

  • Key action items under PoSH Act
  • ICC’s responsibilities for an inquiry

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course covers with relevant laws in Australia, including the Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022 and the Sex Discrimination Act 1984. With this course, your team will learn not only learn the legal basics, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Australia

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

The Basics

  • Definitions for sexual harassment with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Online Harassment

  • A level set on what online harassment looks like with statistics to understand its prevalence in hybrid workplaces & strategies to address it

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Bias

  • Definition of bias and how to recognize biases
  • Ways to eliminate bias and strengthen inclusivity

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

This course can be used in many countries, including the United Kingdom, Brazil, Belgium, Spain, Taiwan, and more. With this course, your team will learn not only learn the legal minimum, but also how to be an active bystander and contributor to a healthy company culture.

  • 45 minutes for individual contributors and managers
  • Automatically administered annually (schedule can be customized)
  • 6 training modules
  • Optional microlearning
  • Additional languages available
  • Content configuration available
  • Created for employees located in Australia

Introduction to Harassment Prevention

  • Level set on the importance of harassment prevention training
  • A sample anti-harassment policy

The Basics

  • Definitions for sexual harassment with a focus on quid pro quo and hostile work environments
  • Impacts of workplace sexual harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Modern-day workplace examples

Being an Active Bystander

  • Varying forms of bystander intervention and how they can be employed in the workplace
  • Examples that recognize the complexity of power dynamics

Sexual Orientation

  • Definitions for various sexual orientations
  • Examples pertaining to LGBTQIA+ respect and allyship in the workplace

Online Harassment

  • A level set on what online harassment looks like with statistics to understand its prevalence in hybrid workplaces & strategies to address it

Bias

  • Definition of bias and how to recognize biases
  • Ways to eliminate bias and strengthen inclusivity

Available Mini-Courses

  • Ableism
  • Ageism
  • Allyship
  • Bias
  • Celebrating Cross-Culturally
  • Hierarchical Workplace Relationships
  • Impact vs. Intent
  • Intersectionality
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Online Harassment
  • Parenthood
  • Recovering from Burnout
  • Social Media Communications
  • Systemic Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
  • Healthy Feedback Habits (coming soon)
  • Millennials in the Workplace (coming soon)
  • Work-Life Balance (coming soon)

Skills learned

  • Understand the legal definition of harassment and how to identify and respond to it in the workplace
  • Bystander intervention: know how to take safe and positive actions in situations where there is a risk of harassment
  • Be aware of the remedies available to victims of harassment
  • Contribute to building a healthy, supportive workplace culture
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Why train your teams on Harassment Prevention?

Here’s what we know: Harassment prevention training is legally required in an ever-increasing number of locales — and research tells us that folks learn better when content is compelling. So we put together a modern, engaging course that ensures your team is up-to-date on relevant laws and equipped to support an inclusive company culture long term.

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The right training, anywhere

Distinct tracks that meet state-specific legal requirements — plus automatic assignments that adapt to learner location and role changes so everyone gets the content they need.

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The right content for modern teams

Tired: cringey, eye-roll-inducing content that trots out the same obvious, in-person scenarios.
Wired: modern, relevant trainings that meet today’s learners where they actually are — Slack, gray areas, and all.

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The right culture for today’s workforce

Show your team you’re ready to do more than the minimum by digging into topics like allyship and intersectionality that are proven to boost employee engagement.

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Flexible integrations and training delivery

Deliver training exactly where you want with hundreds of integrations.

  • Host Ethena training on our LMS or yours
  • HRIS integrations for seamless employee management
  • Email, Slack and ZoomChat training notifications

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Easy and accurate reporting tools

Our analytics dashboards track training completion and provide in-depth reports.

  • Slice metrics by department, location or role
  • Export reports for regulators or third parties
  • Dive deeper with custom analytics

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Enhanced hotline and case management suite

Give your team the tools to navigate tricky situations at work.

  • Encourage employees to speak up with misconduct reporting
  • Track and respond to concerns with case management
  • Meet whistleblower hotline requirements (SOX, SOC II, EU Whistleblower Directive)

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