Harassment Free Culture is an online interactive harassment training that was created in collaboration with senior managers, HR executives and attorneys from a cross section of Fortune 500 Companies. This course was developed with our partner Accelerate Learning & Development and meets California’s AB1825 mandate for harassment-prevention training. It also includes AB2053 compliance regarding abusive conduct and bullying.
Accelerate Harassment Free Culture
What Our Clients Say About the Program
“I like the REAL stories being used rather than just having some played out scene.” –Connie M.
Harassment Training Program Overview
This online course meets and exceeds California’s AB1825 mandate for harassment-prevention training. It includes AB2053 compliance regarding abusive conduct and bullying. Other course details:
Manager and Employee versions available
Manager Training Course (2 hours)
Non-Supervisory Employee Course (1 hour)
Turnkey and ready to go!t system
Fast-paced, entertaining, and to the point—improv actors portray office workers in common workplace situations, an attorney relates case law to topic areas, and HR Executives relate true stories of harassment situations and tell how the managers involved helped or hurt the outcome by their actions.
Your Organization Can Benefit From “Harassment Free Culture” If:
You want to provide a more inclusive environment
Gender, generational or cultural differences are impacting your ability to work effectively
You are struggling to be more collaborative and innovative
What Do I Get From the “Manager Version” Course?
In addition to our 1.5 hours of video and audio, there is also an additional 0.5 hours of practical exercises to guide you through the material. After this course, you will have met the legal requirements for completing Sexual Harassment training for managers. Areas covered in the training include:
Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment
Offsite and After Hours Conduct
Sex and Romance in the Workplace
The Cost of Harassment
How to File a Complaint
Employers’ Obligation to Conduct an Investigation
Companies Who Love Our Online Harassment Training