Sexual Harassment Prevention

Approximate time: 30 minutes

Prevention of Sexual Harrasment

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious problem that can affect anyone. When someone is sexually harassed in the workplace, it can undermine their sense of personal dignity. It can prevent them from earning a living, doing their job effectively, or reaching their full potential. Sexual harassment can also poison the environment for everyone else, and impact a companies bottom line. Workers have the right to work in a healthy and respectful environment free of harassment.

This eLearning course will introduce you to sexual harassment in the workplace. You will learn about the rights and responsibilities you have as an employee to protect yourself and others. You will also learn about the consequences of sexual harassment and explore strategies to prevent or mitigate sexual harassment in the workplace.

 

BY THE END OF THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

● Identify instances of sexual harassment
● Summarize the impact sexual harassment has on the individual and the workplace
● Apply strategies to prevent and address sexual harassment

TESTIMONIALS

Senior talent management consultant

Parool Mehta

Senior Talent Management Consultant

This is a nicely designed module that teaches the basics of creating an inclusive workplace where diversity is valued and equity is sought after. The visuals are creative yet impactful. The section on psychological safety is an important element in creating inclusive workplaces. Anyone who takes this course will walk away having learned about the value of DEI.

Introduction to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:

 

Clair Kim

Clair Kim 

Principal Consultant / Founder

“Unconscious bias is not the easiest concept to digest. As e-learning and instructional design experts, Artha Learning delivers the concept in a very digestible, concise, and practical way. I’d highly recommend this course if you’re looking for a short-and-sweet learning experience applicable to all employees.” 

Introduction to Unconscious Bias:

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