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Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training

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EasyLlama’s engaging and effective training meets Connecticut sexual harassment training requirements while providing engaging bite-sized episodes and real-life scenarios that people can relate to.

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The following Connecticut’s training requirements are all covered by EasyLlama’s training courses:


Describing all federal and state statutory provisions prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace with which the employer is required to comply, including, but not limited to, the Connecticut discriminatory employment practices statute (section 46a-60


Describing the remedies available in sexual harassment cases, including, but not limited to, cease and desist orders; hiring, promotion, or reinstatement; compensatory damages, and back pay


Advising employees that individuals who commit acts of sexual harassment may be subject to both civil and criminal penalties


Defining sexual harassment as explicitly set forth in subdivision (8) of subsection (a) of section 46a-60 of the Connecticut General Statutes and as distinguished from other forms of illegal harassment prohibited by subsection (a) of section 46a-60 of the


Discussing the types of conduct that may constitute sexual harassment under the law, including the fact that the harasser or the victim of harassment may be either a man or a woman and that harassment can occur involving persons of the same or opposite se


Discussing strategies to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace


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EasyLlama is Your Sexual Harassment Training Solution that Promotes an Inclusive Workplace

Your Connecticut employees and supervisors will discover what constitutes discrimination and how to spot it, protected categories, the impact of bias in the workplace, and all the various discriminatory behavior as well as gain essential skills for creating a harassment-free workplace. Take a peek at some of the topics covered in our course:

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    Other Types of Discrimination

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    Abusive Conduct and Bullying

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    Bystander Intervention

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What Employers Should Know About Connecticut Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

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Connecticut has been at the forefront of addressing sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Connecticut has long required employers to provide sexual harassment training at least once. Employees should be educated bout what constitutes sexual harassment and how to file a sexual harassment complaint to the CHRO. Although Connecticut previously required the training only for supervisors, Connecticut now requires harassment training for all employees by October 1, 2020. Guidance issued by the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (“CHRO”) makes clear that the law applies even to employers that are headquartered out of state.

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When must employees get trained?

New employees hired after October 1, 2019, must receive sexual harassment training within six months of hire. Thus, an employee hired on October 1, 2019, would need to receive training by April 1, 2020.


How frequently must employees be trained?

Employers must provide periodic supplemental training that updates all employees on the contents of the sexual harassment training no less than every ten years. From a risk prevention perspective, prudent employers will provide training more frequently, as EEOC guidelines have indicated that employers should provide employees harassment prevention training periodically and some states require annual or every other year sexual harassment training.


Who needs to take the training?

The State of Connecticut requires organizations to traing all employees and supervisors.

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