Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors (eLearning)

Course Code: 2451

This course contains the same information that is in the Sexual Harassment Prevention for All Employees (eLearning) plus information that is specific to supervisors and managers. As a supervisor, you have the opportunity to positively influence, impact, change, and sustain your workplace environment. You have the ability and are obligated to create a safe working environment. This course will discuss your role in addressing and/or reporting inappropriate behaviors immediately. It also reviews information regarding Quid Pro Quo and Retaliation sexual harassment specific to supervisors and managers.

Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify strategies to prevent sexual harassment and apply tools to address inappropriate behaviors.
  • Define the three forms and two types of sexual harassment.
  • Identify other behaviors and different considerations that may impact interpretations.
  • Distinguish the difference between sexual harassment and other inappropriate behaviors.
  • Explain and apply the laws and definitions related to sexual harassment.
  • Identify the roles of the state, organization, manager, supervisor, and all employees.
  • Be an active bystander.
  • Recognize the direct and indirect effects of sexual harassment.
  • Create a positive workplace culture built on integrity, respect, and inclusion.
  • Take immediate action addressing and/or reporting inappropriate behaviors.
  • Recall the consequences when inappropriate behaviors are not addressed.

Competencies Covered: Human resources, Sexual harassment prevention

Intended Audience: Public sector organization supervisors

Instructions to access the eLearning: Register for this eLearning now with the Washington State Learning Center.   Search for: WA State Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors in the Washington State Learning Center.

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