Harnessing Littler's Global Expertise
Created in close collaboration with senior partners in Littler’s International Employment Law Practice Group, International Workplace Harassment delivers content of unparalleled quality and sophistication.
Every element is crafted to deliver rock-solid legal content, impact employee behavior, address the latest trends, create powerful legal defenses, and withstand intense courtroom, regulatory and learner scrutiny.
Set as a TV news show, Part One puts critical workplace respect and harassment issues into vivid, real world conduct.
Three Powerful Sexual Harassment Training Formats
Three powerful training formats draw learners into an engaging, realistic and impactful sexual harassment training experience.
- Part One provides managers and employees with foundational learning on critical workplace harassment issues. Set as a TV news show, this section puts sexual harassment lessons into a vivid, real-world context. More than 75 interactive exercises model behavior and reinforce the importance of reporting.
- Part Two features detailed sexual harassment training content for managers. In this highly interactive section, characters talk directly to your managers. These realistic simulations challenge managers to apply their knowledge and solve realistic problems drawn directly from Littler’s employment law practice.
- Part Three highlights your sexual harassment policies with NAVEX Global’s Policy in Action tool. Learners search your sexual harassment policies to find answers to your custom interactive questions.
Managers explore their responsibility for handling reports and preventing harassment and retaliation.
International Policy Management Tool™
Whether your organization has many local policies or one global policy translated into many languages, NAVEX Global's powerful International Policy Management Tool™ will ensure that each learner receives and acknowledges the right policy. International Workplace Harassment intelligently configures policy delivery based on employee location.
- Sexual and other forms of prohibited harassment
- Bullying and moral harassment
- Obligation to report suspected misconduct
- Organization-specific reporting procedures and policies
- Responsibility to respond to and help prevent harassment
- How to properly handle complaints (for managers)