Employee Sexual Harassment Training Course Outline


What every employee needs to know to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. 

Respect In the Workplace: Harassment Awareness and Prevention

Detailed Outline, Course Analysis and Training Guarantee

This training is available as an instructor-led session at you location, via live instructor-led webinar, or as a customized online course. 

NEW! Open Enrollment Webinars:  Sexual Harassment Webinar Schedule


Laws in California, Connecticut, Maine, Illinois, New York and New York City and others areas require sexual harassment training. 

Although some states do not specifically require it, training everyone in the organization can greatly reduce overall liability. Take advantage of our low cost training options to provide training for all employees and further reduce your potential liability against workplace harassment claims of all types.

Our interactive sexual harassment workshop provides a great opportunity to promote a culture of respect in your organization, put your company in legal compliance and create a defensible position against harassment claims.


Harassment Training for Employees Course Overview: 

Respect in the Workplace: Harassment Awareness and Prevention

Who Should Attend

This session is for all employees. The course goes beyond the law and policy. We get to the heart of the issue. It is really about showing respect for others, recognizing individual perspectives and communicating to develop aWhy So Popular harassment-free workplace. 

Real case studies, exercises and interactive discussions are used throughout the course. 

  • Actual cases reviewed
  • You-Make-the-Call Exercises
  • What Would You Do? Exercises

We make it interesting! Even for those who have had harassment training in the past!

The organization's policy against harassment is referenced throughout the session.

Training Benefits

  • Understand how workplace harassment impacts the workplace
  • Recognize Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment Harassment
  • Recognize the most common myths and misconceptions about workplace harassment
  • It's not just about sex anymore - hostile work environments based on protected classes other than sex 
  • Learn how sexual harassment and other forms of workplace harassment is defined in court
  • Recognize and avoid inappropriate behavior
  • Handling inappropriate conduct
  • Bystander intervention
  • Following company policies on sexual harassment
  • Discussion and “question and answer” opportunity with a subject matter expert

Overview of Course Topics and Learning Points

  • It's about respect
  • Understanding "protected status" - a brief review of the law
    • Civil Rights act of 1064, Title VII
    • State and local laws
  • Know your organization’s guidelines/policy on appropriate workplace conduct
  • What is discriminatory workplace harassment?
  • What is gender based harassment?
  • What is sexual harassment?
  • What are the two major categories of sexual harassment?
  • What is sexually harassing behavior?
  • What about abusive behavior and bullying?
    • Recognize it
    • Control it
  • What is acceptable behavior?
  • How to recognize and avoid inappropriate behavior
  • The Bystander Effect
  • Bystander intervention
    • How to intervene 
    • when not to intervene
    • Creating a "Speak Up" culture
  • Policy Guidelines
  • Treating other employees with respect
  • Practical tips to stop sexual and other forms of workplace harassment
    • What to do as a “first response” to inappropriate conduct
    • What to say
    • How to say it
    • Documentation
  • How to report sexual harassment or sexually harassing behavior
    • Internal complaint process
  • Legal recourse relating to sexual harassment
    • How and where to file a claim
  • The role of the supervisor or manager in controlling sexual harassment
  • Confidentiality issues
  • Protection against retaliation
    • What retaliation is
    • What is not retaliation
  • Know your organization’s guidelines on appropriate workplace conduct
  • The harassment quiz you must pass


All training is documented and policy acknowledgement is signed by participants. 


Our harassment training can be delivered onsite,webinar, or online as an e-learning course deliver by our learning management system.  All of our courses are customized to your organization's policies and procedures.  Plus, each course is tailored to meet the various state and federal laws covering your employees.

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We will be happy to answers all of your questions about our workplace harassment training solutions.

Let us show you how easy and cost effective it is to bring these instructor-led workplace harassment training sessions to your organization today.