Workplace Harassment Prevention

Access to new and existing mandated training courses and best practices.

20% of the U.S. workforce is now required to be trained
on harassment and discrimination prevention.

The trend is expected to continue.

California, New York, and Illinois are leading the way by requiring employers, small and large, to train all of their employees to help prevent harassment and discrimination issues in the workplace.

Our Workplace Harassment Prevention premium package is the turn-key compliance training solution that not only covers the state and local mandates already in effect but expands as new mandates are passed.

Mandated Harassment Prevention Training

WA OR CA NV ID MT UT WY CO AZ NM TX* OK KS NE SD ND MN IA IL IN MI OH GA FL* SC NC VA WV PA* NY ME NH MA* CT RI* NJ DE MD Washington D.C. New York City VT AK HI KY WI MO AR LA MS TN AL

*States with pending training mandates

Legend:

Mandated Training + Policy

Mandated Training

Policy Required

Policy Recommended

Workplace Harassment Prevention Features

Mandated Courses

State and local harassment prevention training courses that meet or exceed each law’s minimum standards.

Live Support

Access to Live Advisors provides clarity and action items to help prepare, respond, and reduce risks associated with workplace harassment.

Future Proof

Course library expands as new state legislation is passed, enabling employers to scale their corporate-wide training efforts.

Custom Content

Add custom courses with unique content such as company culture and values, proprietary systems, and organizational best practices to improve the employee experience.

Interactive

Employees complete quizzes and submit questions to a live support team during online training to provide an added layer of prevention.

Documentation

Certificates of completion and employee tracking provide the legal documentation employers need in the event an issue should arise.

A Quick Guide to Anti-Harassment Prevention provides current and pending anti-harassment mandates, including state requirements, upcoming deadlines, frequently asked questions, and information about how ThinkHR helps employers get and stay compliant.