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Sexual Harassment Prevention in Delaware for Supervisors Training Course

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Learn about Delaware's strict laws against sexual harassment, including training requirements and employer responsibilities.

16 minutes   |   SKU: ABCDEL-S    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2019








16 minutes

Training Objectives

Understand Delaware laws on sexual harassment
Recognize different forms of sexual harassment
Learn employer responsibilities in preventing and addressing harassment
Identify prohibited behaviors and their consequences
Know the role of managers in fostering a harassment-free workplace
Understand the importance of prompt reporting and thorough investigation

Course Overview

This comprehensive training delves into Delaware's robust regulations regarding sexual harassment, designed to protect employees through adherence to both state and federal laws. Central to this program is the thorough examination of the Delaware Discrimination Employment Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which together extend protections to all employees regardless of the size of their employer. Notably, the training underscores the state's mandate for employers to conduct sexual harassment training sessions every two years, showcasing Delaware's dedication to cultivating workplaces free from harassment.

A core focus of the training is on Delaware's zero-tolerance policy towards sexual harassment, which mandates rigorous investigations and stringent disciplinary measures for offenders. Throughout the module, particular attention is paid to delineating employer liabilities, especially for managers and supervisors, emphasizing their role in modeling appropriate behavior and promptly addressing any complaints that arise. Furthermore, the training clarifies the distinctions between quid pro quo and hostile environment harassment, elucidating their respective implications and the preventative measures necessary to mitigate their occurrence.

The training also meticulously outlines prohibited behaviors such as unwelcome sexual advances, offensive remarks, and gender-based discrimination, reaffirming Delaware's unequivocal stance against any form of harassment in the workplace. It underscores the pivotal role of managers in both preventing and reporting incidents, emphasizing the consequences of non-compliance. Additionally, the importance of confidentiality in handling complaints is underscored, along with the necessity for swift corrective actions to foster a safe and supportive work environment for all employees.

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What laws protect Delaware employees from sexual harassment?

Delaware Discrimination Employment Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

What are the training requirements for Delaware employers?

Sexual harassment training every two years for employers with 50 or more workers.

How should managers handle sexual harassment complaints?

Report promptly and ensure a thorough investigation, regardless of the complaint's validity.

What constitutes quid pro quo sexual harassment?

Withholding or awarding job benefits based on sexual favors or imposing adverse employment actions.

What are the consequences for managers who fail to report harassment?

Disciplinary action up to and including termination.

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