Sexual Harassment
Prevention Training

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Provide your teams the tools they need to contribute to a respectful work culture all while staying compliant with new state mandates all within your HRIS portal.

Protect Your Organization While Staying Compliant with New State Mandates

Sexual harassment affects more than just the employees involved—it affects your entire organization. Besides causing emotional duress and decreased performance, lawsuits resulting from sexual harassment are stressful and expensive. Sexual harassment prevention training can help build awareness as well as provide guidelines on what to do when encountering these situations. Not only is it the right business decision, but many states require companies to offer sexual harassment training for employees.

Strongpay is proud to now offer an online sexual harassment prevention course applicable in any business context all within your portal! Our training program will help reduce the risk and expense caused by unethical, illegal or irresponsible employee activities in the workplace all while staying compliant with new state mandates.

What our Training Provides

Our Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Prevention training will teach your employees how to apply the important skills necessary to identify and address sexual harassment issues and complaints all within your Portal! The training includes a detailed overview of what sexual harassment is, explains legal definitions, discusses sexual harassment prevention, and shows how to handle sexual harassment complaints and maintain a positive work environment.

After completing the training, participants will:

  • Understand

    Understand what sexual harassment really is, based on the legal definitions and descriptions of harassment.

  • Protections

    Understand who is protected from Sexual Harassment under federal and state law.

  • Remedies

    Be equipped with remedies for stopping episodes of harassment in the workplace before it happens.

  • Identify

    Be able to identify types of sexual harassment, and understand what is and is not considered harassment under the law.

  • Liability

    Understand who is liable for Sexual Harassment under federal and state law.

  • Reporting

    Understand what resources are available to them if they experience harassment.

The Learning Management Module

Upon signing up for the new sexual harassment prevention training a new tile will appear on your home page called the Learning Management System. This tile:

  • Will Automatically Assign The Training to All Specified Employees
  • Prompt All Assigned Employees to Begin The Training
  • Allows users to take the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in a slide by slide format.
  • Saves users place in the training allowing users to take breaks and finish the training at a pace that is best for their learning.
  • Provides Interactive Quizzes to Test Users Retention of the Material

Track Employee Progress Through Certifications and Workflow

Fiduciary services provided by Strongpay protect employers from facing fines or penalties for failing to satisfy fiduciary responsibilities. Along with offering diverse investment options and properly managing required documentation, our 3(16) fiduciary services appoint HowardSimon as a plan administrator to assume liability alongside our client. With extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of retirement planning and compliance, HowardSimon confidently assumes the role of co-fiduciary.

Our sexual harassment training course works side by side with our workflow management system. This allows you to:

  • Track your employees progress through our training every step of the way
  • Receive Employee Certifications Valid for One Year In Your Employee Files
  • Continuously Notify Employees If They Have Not Completed The Training
  • Track Expiration Dates of Certifications
  • Set Reminders For When It Is Time To Take The Training Again.

State Mandated Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Sexual harassment is the most common type of workplace harassment. Recent statistics show that more than half of all workers (54%) have experienced some form of sexual harassment in the workplace. States and localities have responded to the rise of sexual harassment in the workplace by mandating that employers must provide their employees with annual workplace sexual harassment prevention training.

For states without specific requirements, our sexual harassment prevention training course will help you meet your training needs. Learn more about the requirements in the states you operate to ensure your organization is in compliance, and your employees stay safe, happy, and productive.