Online Discrimination Training, Harassment Training and Sensitivity Training

Workplace Compliance without the Tedious Training

The Traliant Difference

We believe that effective discrimination, sensitivity and harassment training raises awareness of acceptable and unacceptable behavior and motivates employees to speak up when they experience or witness workplace misconduct. 

As part of a holistic approach to preventing workplace harassment, our interactive training helps organizations drive positive culture change and reduce the risk of costly harassment and discrimination claims.

Entertaining and Engaging Courses

Our online discrimination and workplace sensitivity training courses are designed to engage a 21st century workforce with bite-sized episodes and video scenarios, which explore topics such as sexual harassment, discrimination and bystander intervention.

The broadcast-quality videos depict common situations found in today’s workplace, from potential problems with social media to handling unwanted advances from a co-worker. The interactive videos challenge learners to choose how scenarios unfold. As a result, employees stay actively engaged in the training – a key motivator for fostering positive behavior and attitudes. 

What Are Traliant’s Customers Saying?

Relatable Scenarios

“The scenarios were realistic, not over the top. I’ve seen myself in similar situations.”

It’s Fun!

“I was actually trying to get a high score, so I was trying to get everything right.”

Bite-Sized Episodes Help

“Smaller sections allowed me to complete the training in shorter sessions.”

Harassment Training and Discrimination Training Course Versions

Our Discrimination and Harassment Prevention course is available in the following versions:

We also offer separate course versions for each of the following audiences:

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Topics Covered in Our Courses

  • Definitions of discrimination, harassment, and sexual harassment
  • Discrimination and harassment laws
  • Protected categories
  • Reasonable accommodation
  • Consequences of discrimination and harassment
  • Quid pro quo and hostile environment harassment
  • Individuals who may be considered harassers and harassment victims
  • Consensual relationships
  • Behaviors that lead to a hostile environment
  • Workplace bullying
  • Harassment and bullying via social media
  • Stopping and reporting harassment and discrimination
  • Protection from retaliation
  • Contributing to a positive environment
  • Technology as a platform for discrimination and harassment
  • Unconscious Bias

  • Individual comfort levels
  • Online Sensitivity Training
  • “Reasonable person” standard
  • The role of a manager/supervisor
  • Responding to complaints of discrimination or harassment
  • The importance of documentation
  • Internal investigations
  • Understanding and preventing retaliation
  • Key state laws of California and Connecticut
  • Abusive conduct/workplace bullying
  • Avoiding discrimination in the hiring process
  • Unintentional ways people create a hostile environment
  • Personal liability
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • The rights of immigrant workers
  • Workplace issues regarding gender and sexual orientation
  • Domestic violence and the workplace
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Transgender and LGBTQ sensitivity

Compliance Training Checklist

Our courses cover these laws, regulations, and enforcement agencies:Covered by Traliant:
Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 including (ADEA):
        National Origin Discrimination
        Racial Discrimination
        Religious Discrimination
        Retaliation Protection
        Sex-Based Discrimination
        Sexual Harassment
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA)
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)
Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA)
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)
California AB 1825 Training
California AB 2053 Training
California SB 396 Training
California SB 400 Training
CT CHRO Act

EEOC Compliance

Our interactive and engaging courses meet all of the guidelines set out by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). 

CA AB 1825, AB 2053, SB 396, SB 400, and SB 1343

California Assembly Bill 1825 (CA AB 1825) requires that all employers with over 50 employees hold a two-hour sexual harassment prevention training for their supervisors every two years. CA AB 2053 was added to AB 1825, requiring that the training also include the topic of abusive contact (bullying), Senate Bill 396 (CA SB 396) was added in 2017 to include training on gender identity, expression, and sexual orientation, Senate Bill 400 (CA SB 400) extends employment protections to victims of stalking and in 2018, Senate Bill 1343 (CA SB 1343)  requires California employers with five or more employees to provide sexual harassment training and education to both supervisors and nonsupervisory employees by January 1, 2021, and then retrain every two years. Our courses meet all of these requirements.

Workplace Compliance Training that Works

Now more than ever employee satisfaction is key to retaining an experienced and productive workforce. Further, a thorough understanding of the anti-harassment and discrimination laws is key to a positive, healthy work environment. Try out Traliant for workplace compliance training you will feel confident rolling out.

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