Eliminating Discrimination & Harassment in the Workplace
This course addresses concepts of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace. The content is focused on contributing to a respectful workplace, self-awareness, what to do if you’re a victim or witness of discrimination or harassment, and how to respond if you engage in or are accused of such behavior.
Gain an awareness of the history and laws that protect employees from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Understand what harassment, discrimination, and retaliation are.
Understand how to contribute to a respectful workplace.
Empower targets and bystanders when facing inappropriate behavior.
Understand the importance of reporting and the reporting pathways.
Understand options for responding if you offend.
Understand your employer’s role in fostering a respectful workplace.
History of workplace discrimination and harassment legislation
Key terms and protected classes
Explanation of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
Fostering a respectful workplace
Target perspective and empowerment
Bystander perspective and intervention
Offender perspective, self-awareness, and appropriate responses
Internal reporting encouragement
Consequences of inappropriate work behavior
Expectations of company and supervisor
Duration: 60 minutes
Audience: Recommended for general employee population
Languages: English and Spanish
Content based on EEOC findings and recommendations and recognized HR best practices
Recommended nationwide; state-specific courses available for CA and NY/NYC.
- Complies with Connecticut Code – Sec. 46a-60
- Complies with Delaware House Bill 360
Complies with Illinois Workplace Transparency Act (SB 75)
- Complies with Maine law (Title 26 M.R.S.A §807)
Request information about workplace harassment training from Trüpp
Fill out the form below to see just how easy it can be to get discrimination and sexual harassment training that will put your organization on the pathway to a more respectful work environment.