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At a Glance

Course length: 
31-60
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Regulations: 
NY State Anti-Harassment Legislation
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Harassment and Discrimination
Format: 
Rich Media

NAVEX Global’s Workplace Harassment Annual Refresher is designed to support employers in New York who have an annual training obligation. It does this by offering learners content that aligns to training specifications in New York and New York City – and presenting it alongside new video scenarios, fresh animations and engaging interactives. The course can be used alone each year, or used in alternating years with Workplace Harassment.

Workplace Harassment Annual Refresher aims to provide learners with the essentials for understanding, preventing and responding to harassment. Coverage includes: key definitions, prevention best practices, bystander intervention strategies, reporting methods and a variety of real-world examples. Using a practical, application-based approach, the course aims to ensure learners not only learn the critical concepts, but can apply them, as well.

For employees in manager or supervisory roles, an additional manager-specific module addresses their unique responsibilities in preventing and responding to harassment, including handling complaints and creating a culture of ethics and respect.

Course Details

  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Common criteria used to identify harassment
  • The definition and examples of protected characteristics
  • The definition of sexual harassment
  • An exploration of the types of sexual harassment, including quid pro quo and hostile work environment
  • The various forms of harassment
  • Examples of physical, verbal, written and visual harassment
  • Who can be a harasser – and who can be a victim
  • Expectations for the behavior and treatment of non-employees, from interns to customers to clients
  • Where and when harassment can happen
  • The importance of monitoring your behavior
  • How to avoid saying or doing something offensive
  • Guidelines for respectful interactions
  • Why responding to harassment is important
  • Bystander intervention techniques
  • The importance of holding co-workers accountable
  • Why reporting is critical
  • The various resources for making a report
  • The definition of retaliation
  • An explanation of a protected activity
  • An explanation of “on notice”
  • How to appropriately respond to reports of harassment
  • The importance of taking all complaints seriously
  • Review of the critical role employees play
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify

 

Reinforce this topic with these two micro learning courses

NAVEX Global suggests these courses that pair well:

Workplace Harassment: It’s a Shared Responsibility

  • Micro Learning Course
  • All Learners

This short, impactful micro learning course aims to raise awareness about the role that all employees play in stopping workplace harassment. From bystanders to victims to offenders, everyone can help to break the cycle of harassment by holding each other and themselves accountable.

Workplace Harassment: It’s a Shared Responsibility

Workplace Harassment: Be an Ally, Not a Bystander

  • Micro Learning Course
  • All Learners

Bystanders have an opportunity to play a key role in workplace harassment prevention, but they may not realize it. Or they may not know what to do in the moment. This micro learning course empowers bystanders to use their voice to speak up, object to offensive behavior and report it.

Workplace Harassment: Be an Ally, Not a Bystander