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Course Name: Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination
30 to 2 HoursDepending on State-Specific Mandates
Supervisors and Non-Supervisory Employees
A positive work environment free from harassment and discrimination is required by law and necessary for the health and continued success of your business. SHIFT’s Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination course engages supervisors in the development and maintenance of a workplace free from harassment and discrimination based on sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, or any other protected category.
This interactive training provides learners with trending scenarios to account for current real-world workplace issues; images, screen designs, and videos to aid in the learner’s engagement and align with the virtual world we live in; upgraded content design and formatting to further enhance the learning experience. Our course strengthens the learners’ ability to identify, report, and protect themselves against harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace. This ultimately helps companies build and sustain a healthy, safe, and thriving culture.
Our streamlined course design allows learners to take ONE course and self-select the state(s) they work and manage in, while also helping administrators easily track the training employees completed.
- Two Hours – Meets the mandated requirements of ALL states, including, California and Connecticut.
- One Hour – Meets the mandated requirements of Delaware, Maine, Illinois and New York City/State ONLY.
- 30 Minutes – Meets the mandated requirements of Delaware, Maine, Illinois and New York City/State ONLY.
- Recognize behaviors considered harassment and discrimination
- Understand that sexual harassment is a form of unlawful discrimination
- Know what reporting options are available
- Identify retaliatory conduct
- Supervisors develop ability to properly prevent and respond to employee concerns about harassment and discrimination
Director of Strategic Alliances at Corporate Training Group, Inc.
In my opinion, harassment training is all the same, boring and uninspired. However, after seeing this training program, I am thoroughly impressed. It's current and engaging and nothing like what I've ever seen before.
Director, HR Compliance, Gale Healthcare Solutions
“Best product ever. So easy to use and great for our managers managing multiple states.”
HR Director, RX Medical
Your attention to detail and follow-up was key in ensuring the rollout of our training was a success. The time you spent going through the demos and explaining the contracts and timelines was appreciated and actually enjoyable. Your continued involvement after the contract was signed is what I valued the most though. I have worked with other companies before where this was not the case. SHIFT definitely stands apart from the rest.
Director, Dun & Bradstreet
I completed the course and really appreciate the quality of the training. The last exercises on real life cases were very close to situations that I would expect to encounter and this was really helpful. We need more of these types of training!
Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resource Officer, AMC Networks
We had a great experience working with SHIFT. They took the time to understand our culture and were very responsive and flexible to make sure that the training met the needs of our organization, both eLearning and on-site. The feedback that we received about the live training from our senior leaders was very positive.
President at CommCapp
I am very pleased with the decision to use SHIFT’s Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination Training. I believe online training of this caliber is something which all businesses should consider because of its ease and effectiveness.
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