Preventing Sexual Harassment

Course Titles and Descriptions

Preventing Sexual Harassment—Training for Supervisors

Supervisors play a crucial role in preventing sexual harassment claims and lawsuits. This course will explain exactly what sexual harassment entails and will also teach how to handle sexual harassment claims properly. It is a video training course with vignettes and includes attorney commentary to help illustrate points.

Preventing Sexual Harassment: A Guide for Employees

Sexual harassment is a form of illegal discrimination under federal and state civil rights laws. Not only can it lead to lawsuits and penalties; it can damage workplace morale, creating an unproductive, unpleasant, and sometimes even hostile working environment.  Your employees need to know that sexual harassment violates your workplace policies and won’t be tolerated. This course will help employees recognize, respond to, and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.  Duration: 25 minutes.


Preventing Sexual Harassment: A Guide for Supervisors

Not only is sexual harassment illegal, but it also has many detrimental effects on the workplace and workforce. Our workplace also has a formal policy that prohibits sexual harassment in the workplace—a policy supervisors are responsible for enforcing. But beyond laws and policies, sexual harassment is very damaging to the workplace and work environment. After taking this course, supervisors should be able to recognize, prevent, and respond to sexual harassment.

Sexual Harassment

Every year, millions of dollars are spent defending sexual harassment lawsuits and paying damages and settlements. This online training session will help you understand the kinds of conduct that can be considered harassment, the defenses available to the employer, how to prevent and punish harassing conduct, and how to document investigations and discipline.

Sexual Harassment in the Digital Age

Almost everyone has some sort of online footprint, and your employees’ could affect your business. Furthermore, social media and other electronic communications exponentially expand the opportunities for workplace sexual harassment. By the time the session is over, employees should be able to recount types of online conduct that constitute sexual harassment; avoid improper online communications; understand why actions taken with personal devices or even off duty are covered by workplace rules; know their rights and limitation on those rights; recognize that harassment comes in many shapes and forms; and act to prevent and respond to harassment.

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Workers in Restaurants and Bars

Sexual harassment can disrupt the workplace and cause lasting problems for everyone involved. The pressures and pace in the hospitality industry often lead to great camaraderie amongst staff. But the flip side to that is an informality that allows inappropriate behavior to go unchecked. When you add the element of dealing with customers—some who have been drinking—to the mix, there is great potential for inappropriate behavior, which could lead to employer liability. By the end of this course, supervisors and employees should be able to identify ways in which the unique employment setting found in restaurant and bars leads to unique challenges as well as recognize, prevent, and respond to sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior when it does happen.

Sexual Harassment—What Employees Need to Know

This online sexual harassment training course will teach employees about sexual harassment in the hope that awareness will help lead to the prevention of such harassment. By the end of this session, employees will have learned to be able to recognize sexual harassment; differentiate between the two main kinds of harassment; understand and follow company policy; report incidents; cooperate in investigations; and help promote and maintain a comfortable, productive working environment.

Sexual Harassment—What Employees Need to Know (Spanish)

Al terminar esta sesión de capacitación, usted podrá reconocer un acoso sexual, diferenciar entre dos clases principales de acoso, comprender y seguir la política del lugar de trabajo, denunciar incidentes y colaborar en las investigaciones y ayudar a fomentar y mantener un clima de trabajo confortable y productivo.

Sexual Harassment—What Supervisors Need to Know

This training presentation will provide you with the information you need to know about sexual harassment in order to help us deal with incidents and prevent future problems. At the end of this session, you will be able to understand legal and policy requirements; recognize what constitutes illegal sexual harassment; handle complaints effectively; participate in investigations; take appropriate corrective action; and promote a comfortable, productive working environment.

Sexual Harassment: Draw the Line

Sexual harassment is not simply a knowledge problem…it’s a behavior problem—one that is pervasive in the modern workplace. This course focuses on employees’ responsibilities relative to preventing and dealing with sexual harassment in their workplace. By the end of the course, employees, supervisors and managers should be able to recognize sexual harassment in the workplace, understand their responsibility to report it, and what they can do to prevent it from happening.


Check out the video below to watch a few sample scenes from the course.