Connecticut Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Under a new state law, Connecticut employers must now provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees, not just supervisors. This represents a significant change from prior training requirements. The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) enforces the new law, which requires organizations with three or more employees to provide all employees with two hours of training by October 1, 2020. New employees hired on or after October 1, 2019 must be trained within six months of their start date.
Further, all Connecticut employers, regardless of their size, must provide two hours of sexual harassment training to supervisors by October 1, 2020, or within six months of an employee assuming a supervisory role.
Traliant’s Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Connecticut Employees
This two-hour, interactive course, tailored for Connecticut employees, covers all the topics outlined by CHRO and more. The training is divided into brief episodes, featuring video scenarios, real-world examples, viewer email and interactive assessments and challenges to promote engagement. A course-completion certificate is included.
Training topics include:
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual orientation and gender identity
- Bystander intervention
- Unconscious bias
- Protections under state laws
- Policies and procedures for handling complaints
- Building a positive culture
The Traliant Difference in Sexual Harassment Training
At Traliant, we believe that effective sexual harassment training is an essential part of a holistic approach to preventing workplace harassment and creating a respectful, inclusive culture. Our award-winning course complies with Connecticut’s training requirements in a modern, engaging format designed for today’s diverse, mobile workforce.
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