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EasyLlama’s engaging and effective training meets and exceeds all the latest EEOC and States mandatory training requirements, while providing engaging bite-sized episodes and real-life scenarios that people can relate to.

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EasyLlama’s US Edition of Preventing Discrimination and Harassment training complies with all of the EEOC and State’s mandatory requirements

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued guidelines, which apply to employers in all states, stating that employers periodically “should provide [harassment prevention] training to all employees to ensure they understand their rights and responsibilities.

Consistent with EEOC guidelines and court decisions, EasyLlama’s training covers not just sexual harassment, but all forms of workplace harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace. For example, as required by some states’ laws, the training also addresses topics such as workplace civility, bullying, bystander intervention and unconscious bias. Our harassment training addresses all of the required content of all state and local training laws, including those in California, Connecticut, Washington, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, New York State and New York City.

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What makes our sexual harassment online training EEOC-compliant?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency responsible for the interpretation and enforcement of federal laws that prohibit employment and workplace discrimination on the basis of color, race, religion, sex, age (40 years or older), national origin, genetic information, or disability. EasyLlama offers online training that meets the EEO guidelines and is engaging for employees. To simplify compliance for employers and HR professionals, EasyLlama has compiled a checklist of EEOC guidelines for anti-harassment policy and trainings included in our training courses:

  • A clear explanation of prohibited conduct

  • A clearly described complaint process that provides accessible avenues for complainants

  • A complaint process that provides a prompt, thorough, and impartial investigation

  • A focus on the unacceptable behaviors themselves, rather than trying to teach participants the specific legal standards that will make such conduct "illegal"

  • Assurance that employees who make claims of harassment or provide information related to such claims will be protected against retaliation

  • Assurance that employer will protect the confidentiality of the individuals bringing harassment claims to the extent possible

  • Assurance that the employer will take immediate and appropriate corrective action when it determines that harassment has occurred

  • Compliance training should explain the consequences of engaging in conduct that is unacceptable in the workplace

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Your U.S. employees and supervisors will learn to be more aware of discrimination, protected categories, bias in the workplace, and the impacts of discriminatory behavior as well as gaining essential skills for creating a harassment-free workplace. Here are some of the topics covered in our course:

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  • Hostile Work Environment

  • Verbal, Physical & Visual Harassment

  • Supervisor duties

  • Unwelcome Behavior

  • Reasonable Person Standard

  • Sexual advances

  • Retaliation

  • Other types of discrimination

  • Abusive Conduct and Bullying

  • Bystander Intervention

  • Reporting

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What Employers Should Know About Our Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

The United States has been at the forefront of addressing sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Some employers erroneously believe that they only need to provide sexual harassment training to employees in states and local jurisdictions that have statutes requiring such training. While California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Washington, New York State, and New York City have passed statutes requiring sexual harassment training, other federal and state laws, regulations, and court decisions have made clear that employers should provide anti-harassment training to all employees in all states.

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  • How long is the training?

    Our training course on preventing harassment and discrimination in the workplace lasts 30 minutes for Employees and 60 minutes for Supervisors. We do also offer specific training for employees/supervisors located in the 7 States that have specific training requirements as well as Canada.

  • Who needs to take the training?

    In addition to the above mentioned states that require employers to provide sexual harassment training, many other states, such as Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont, Wisconsin, have laws that “encourage” employers to provide such training. Other federal and state laws, regulations, and court decisions have made clear that employers should provide anti-harassment training to all employees in all states.

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As a leader in online sexual harassment training and compliance, our mission is for managers to make it fast, easy, and painless to use our software. We've done all the hard work so you don't have to.

  • Available in over 100 languages
  • Online self-paced training
  • Mobile and tablet friendly
  • Email and text reminders
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  • Competitive pricing
  • In-depth progress tracking
  • Integrations with HR tools
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