Sexual Harrassment Prevention Training Laws:
To date, no federal sexual harassment prevention training law has been enacted. However, according to the IZA World of Labor, the costs to organizations due to sexual assault include increased turnover and absenteeism, lower individual and group productivity, loss of time for managers to investigate compliants, and legal expenses. The reduction in individual and workgroup productivity is estimated to cost organizations an average of $22,500 per person affected by sexual harrassment.
So even if you are not required to offer sexual harrassment training, it can save your organization money.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is never appropriate, but that doesn’t mean harassment stops automatically. Sexual harassment in your practice is often preventable. However, harassment prevention requires specialized training.
Smart Training's Sexual Harassment Prevention training module helps team members understand what actions constitute sexual harassment. It also helps employees understand what actions are appropriate to take after sexual harassment has occurred.
At course completion, the attendee will be able to:
Teaching Methods: Join us anytime and from any location for our online Sexual Harassment Prevention training module.
Location: Online. Users will need a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) and an internet connection.