Maintaining a harassment-free workplace is essential to preserving a safe culture, one where everyone feels respected, valued and included. Beyond the moral and ethical considerations, organizations can also see financial and reputational repercussions when sexual harassment occurs. Yet, despite significant strides in workplace ethics, sexual harassment remains an issue that undermines morale, productivity and profitability and can place organizations at risk in multiple ways.

Helping individuals understand what constitutes sexual harassment can eliminate ambiguity and the detrimental effects of harassment.

Sexual Harassment Prevention is not only about compliance but also about promoting a culture of safety, dignity and respect within your organization. Beyond merely outlining rules and regulations, this course raises awareness of harassing behaviors and empowers individuals to proactively contribute to a workplace culture that is respectful, not hostile.

Stop Sexual Harassment Before It Starts!

  • Understand the definition of sexual harassment and know how to identify potentially harassing behaviors.
  • Understand why maintaining a sexual harassment-free workplace is a critical business issue.
  • Understand and know how to apply the organization’s non-sexual harassment policy.
  • Know and be able to demonstrate skills for effectively identifying, preventing and stopping sexually harassing situations and conduct at work.
  • Understand pro-active strategies to prevent sexual harassment.

We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are.

Oprah Winfrey

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination is real, it’s far more pervasive than I think people have been willing to acknowledge.

Tony West

Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.

Maya Angelou

We must have zero tolerance for sexual harassment, even if the perpetrator is somebody we like and admire.

Ana Navarro

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