HB 360 MANDATORY SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING
Complies with mandatory training requirements in Delaware!
Under HB 360, employers in DE with at least 50 employees must provide “interactive training and education to employees regarding the prevention of sexual harassment.
Our powerful, engaging one-hour “edutainment”-style video-based compliance training for supervisors and employees features a high-powered attorney, dynamic facilitators, and professional actors. Riveting, realistic, entertaining, issue-packed scenes bring the learning to life in living color.
– Modular video content + integrated quizzes after each module.
– English and fully dubbed Spanish online courses for one affordable price!
– Covers all forms of harassment.
– We can insert your policy and quiz questions about it and require employees to confirm they have read and understood the policy before the training proceeds.
Call 833-830-7030 for more information.
Who Must be Trained
|New Staff Employees||Within 1 year of starting employment and every 2 years thereafter; training not required until the employee is on board for 6 months continuously|
|Existing Staff Employees||Within 1 year of January 1, 2019, and every 2 years thereafter|
|New Supervisors||Within 1 year of starting employment as a supervisor and every 2 years thereafter|
|Existing Supervisors||Within 1 year of January 1, 2019, and every 2 years thereafter|
|Current staff employees and supervisors who received training prior to January 1, 2019, consistent with the requirements of Section (h)||Training required again as of January 1, 2020|
Industry-specific versions available for:
- Hospitality/Food & beverage
- Colleges and Universities
English and fully dubbed Spanish online courses for one affordable price!
Course topics include (but not limited to):
- Definitions and examples:
– Harassment: Quid pro quo and Hostile Environment physical, verbal and visual
– Abusive conduct
- Federal and State laws
- All required state specific information
- Protected categories
- Consequences of discrimination and harassment
- Supervisory responsibilities and liability
– Knew or should have known
– Immediate & appropriate action
- Employee complaint procedure
- Bystander reporting
- Intent vs. Impact
- Reasonable person standard
- Workplace romance; favoritism
- Consenting vs. Welcome
- Power abuse and intimidation
- 3rd-party non-employees, e.g. contractors, clients, vendors, and temps
- Off-site work-related activities
- Cross-cultural conflict
- Gender identity/expression and sexual orientation
- Potential for violence
- Social media and technology
- Workplace bullying
- The importance of documentation
- Personal liability
- Diversity in the workplace
- AND MUCH MORE……
EEOC / U.S. Supreme Court “Effective Training Standard” compliance
Our powerful, clear, comprehensive “edutainment”-style courses meet guidelines set out by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Supreme Court “Effective Training Standard”. Meeting the “Effective Training Standard” may offer protection from punitive damages in the case of a lawsuit by a current or former employee!
Sexual Harassment Training Compliance Training Checklist
|Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)|
|Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 including (ADEA):|
|– National Origin Discrimination/Harassment|
|– Racial Discrimination/Harassment|
|– Religious Discrimination/Harassment|
|– Retaliation Protection|
|– Sex-Based Discrimination/Harassment|
|Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA)|
|Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)|
|CT CHRO Act|