ONLINE SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING

Sexual Harassment Training from WebCE

Making the right decision regarding employees, colleagues, and coworkers can be a balancing act and some people have a hard time discerning the difference between appropriate (legal) and inappropriate (illegal) behavior in the workplace. Training employees on how to recognize and respond to situations that can lead to sexual harassment at work – from the obvious to the subtle – is one of the most effective ways to foster a positive, respectful workplace. Sexual harassment training courses from WebCE can help organizations avoid costly harassment incidents that can damage their reputation, recruiting, retention and bottom line. 


Contact us today to set-up your sexual harassment training course program!


Contact Us Order Courses

Sexual Harassment Training and Continuing Education

How did you hear about us?





Who Needs to Comply with Sexual Harassment Training?

Federal and state laws exist protecting victims of harassment, outlining what practices are prohibited, and imposing penalties for violation of those laws. Workplace harassment, which includes sexual harassment, is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which forbids employers with 15 or more employees from discriminating on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. The law applies to federal, state, and local employers and governs all employment actions. Laws regarding workplace harassment are enforced by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).


In addition, four states have their own state laws specifically addressing sexual harassment:

  • California - AB 1825, AB 2053, and SB 396
  • Connecticut - Connecticut Human Rights and Opportunity Act
  • Maine - Maine Employment Laws Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807
  • New York - New York Human Rights Law § 296.1, New York City Stop Sexual Harassment Act

Who Needs To Take Sexual Harassment Training?

All members of an organization's workforce including:

  • Employees
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Contract Workers
  • Volunteers

Managers and supervisors must be given additional specialized training on how to properly handle cases of sexual harassment within their sexual harassment policy.