Note: This course fulfills State required mandated training for all healthcare professionals.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII applies to employers with 15 or more employees, including state and local governments. It also applies to employment agencies and to labor organizations, as well as to the federal government. This course outlines the basic law pertaining to sexual harassment and provides practical advice to help recognize, and prevent harassment in the workplace.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to learn:
- Define sexual harassment
- Recognize conduct that could constitute sexual harassment and determining whether the behavior was welcome.
- Explain the statutory regulations and legal background of sexual harassment.
- Explain employer’s responsibility due to acts of managers, supervisors, and acts of co-workers.
- Identify the effects that sexual harassment has on people.
- Implement guidelines for preventive action, including ways of handling claims of sexual harassment complaints.
- Develop a no harassment policy for workplace.
- Communicating the policy with employees and no employees
- Supervisor training
- Investigating complaints
- Interviewing the alleged harasser
- Developing information
- Taking appropriate action
- Taking action even if the investigation is inconclusive
Contact Hours : 2 Hours
Teaching Method: Online Independent Self-Study Course (Training + Post-Test). Requires Computer & Internet.
Course Completion Certificate : A Printable (Pdf) Certificate By Email.
Cost: $15 / Participant | Target Audience: Employees & Supervisors
Illinois: Formerly Senate Bill 75, Public Act 101-0221 was signed into law by Governor Pritzker in August 2019. Under this Act, Illinois employers are required to train employees on sexual harassment prevention by December 31, 2020, and on an annual basis thereafter. This requirement applies to all employers with employees working in this State. Employers must either develop their own sexual harassment prevention training program that equals or exceeds the minimum standards for sexual harassment prevention training outlined in Section 2-109(B) of the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA), or they may use the model training provided by the IDHR.
Free California Specific Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Link): The Department of Fair Employment and Housing provides free online training courses on preventing sexual harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace that satisfy California’s legal training requirements pursuant to Gov’t Code 12950.1.
Approvals: Biologix Solutions is a nationally approved provider of online continuing education (CE) for Nursing, Medical, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and other healthcare professionals. Please visit https://blxtraining.com/accreditations/ for full list of approvals.
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Note: This course fulfills state mandated required sexual harassment training requirements. It does not offer Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE). You must check with your licensing board about counting this course towards continuing education requirements.