Help Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Workplace with a Brand New Training Program from Prositions

As HR professionals, it’s our job to make sure that training and policy are in place to prevent and handle harassment of any kind.

Prositions, Inc., a leading provider of training content, has worked diligently with subject matter expert and producer, MYCA:Learning, to bring this brand new harassment prevention training course to life. Workplace Harassment and Abusive Conduct was developed to be used with all employees and also has a leadership track to help supervisors understand their critical role in harassment prevention. The eLearning course contains short video chunks, animated segments, and real-life scenarios. It provides a compelling look at how to identify the various forms of harassment and what can be done to prevent them.

“Given the recent press focusing on several high-profile incidents, sexual misconduct and harassment prevention have become important topics for discussion and training in all organizations,” said Frank Russell, CEO of Prositions, Inc. “While this attention is overdue and laudable, organizations need to do more than just ‘check the box’ with their harassment prevention training; they need to focus on fundamental culture and behavior change. Our new training program is designed to squarely address this need.”

Workplace Harassment and Abusive Conduct is an eLearning program that includes 55 minutes of Core content and an additional 65 minutes of content for supervisors in the Leadership series.

The Core content for all employees covers:

  • Sexual Harassment and Hostile Workplace
  • Protected Characteristics
  • LGBTQIA Harassment
  • Abusive Conduct
  • How to Stop Prohibited Behavior
  • Recognize and Prevent Retaliation

The Leadership series for supervisors covers:

  • Preventing Retaliation
  • Receiving a Complaint
  • Intervention: Handling a bully
  • Intervention: “In my Culture”
  • Intervention: “Good Friend”
  • Managing Your Team
  • Third Party Harassment
  • Knowing your Role as a Supervisor

“As HR professionals, it’s our job to make sure that training and policy are in place to prevent and handle harassment of any kind,” stated Robin Salsberry, President and HR Executive at Prositions, Inc. “There is no time like the present to make sure employees at all levels…

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