Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP
Welcome to Sexual Harassment Training
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Since 2017, sexual harassment claims have skyrocketed within the workplace. A rise in cases might not indicate a rise in prevalence. In 2017, the #MeToo Movement brought to light hidden sexual harassment and abuse claims. This movement impacted people all over the globe. The #MeToo Movement changed the way that we view sexual harassment in the workplace. This empowering movement led many women to speak up about their harassment and abuse. The #MeToo Movement brought sexual harassment into clear focus, identifying and combatting sexual harassment in the workplace.
With the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace, employers and employees must be diligent and educated on prevention measures, tools to combat sexual harassment, and how to deal with sexual harassment claims when these issues arise. One year after the #MeToo Movement, individuals filed over 7,500 sexual harassment claims in the United States alone. (This does not include the number of people that did not file a claim due to fear or did not know they experienced harassment.)
Some states have started to require their employees to take a sexual harassment training course to help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. We recommend taking our course even if your state does not require sexual harassment training. A sexual harassment training course could make all the difference in preventing someone from falling victim to it. Unfortunately, the statistics suggest that someone in your workplace could come in the direct face of sexual harassment. It is vital for businesses and companies to be proactive when dealing with and preventing sexual harassment in the workplace.
Why Our Course is the BEST!
D’Arienzo Psychology’s Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Sexual Harassment Expert developed a fully online training course for only $49.99 per person. Our course will supply you with all of the crucial information and tools to prevent and deal with sexual harassment claims within the work environment whether you are a supervisor, employee, or owner of the company.
- Automatic certificate upon completion
- Meets the SB1343 requirement for both employees and supervisors
- Designed for onboarding, remediation, or corrective action
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- Section 1.1: Welcome to Sexual Harassment Awareness Training
- Section 1.2: Introduction to Sexual Awareness Training
- Section 1.3: Origin and Legal History of Sexual Harassment Training
- Section 1.4: What is Sexual Harassment?
- Section 2.1: What Constitutes Sexual Harassment?
- Section 2.2: Types of Sexual Harassment
- Section 3.1: Typical Sexual Harassment Claims
- Section 4.1 and 5.1: Sexual Harassment Described and What to Do if You Observe It
- Section 6.1: As a Manager or HR Professional, How Do I Manage Sexual Harassment Claims?
- Section 6.2: Interviewing Alleged Victims of Sexual Harassment
- Section 6.3: Interviewing the Alleged Sexual Harasser and Witnesses
- Section 6.4: What Else Companies Can Do to Eradicate Sexual Harassment?
- Section 7.1: Corporate Prevention Measures for Sexual Harassment that Work
- Section 8.1: Conclusion of Sexual Harassment Awareness Training
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