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Sexual Harassment Prevention in Illinois Training Course

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Stay compliant with Illinois law. Sexual harassment training covering key laws, employer duties, and reporting procedures.

12 minutes   |   SKU: ABCILL    |    Language(s): EN / ES    |    Produced 2020








12 minutes

Training Objectives

Understand the legal frameworks governing sexual harassment in Illinois
Identify various forms of sexual harassment, quid pro quo & hostile environment
Learn about employer responsibilities in preventing and addressing harassment
Familiarize oneself with procedures for filing complaints and seeking remedies
Recognize the consequences of retaliation and non-compliance with laws
Promote a culture of accountability and respect to create safer workplaces

Course Overview

In alignment with Illinois' proactive stance on sexual harassment prevention, this updated program ensures that every employee in the state receives essential training mandated by the Workplace Transparency Act of 2019. As a cornerstone of workplace culture, this training delves into critical legal frameworks, including the Illinois Human Rights Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Workplace Transparency Act.

Delving deeper, the course unpacks various forms of sexual harassment, such as quid pro quo and hostile environment harassment. Participants gain a comprehensive understanding of unacceptable behaviors, including physical assaults, violence, threats, or sabotage, alongside unwanted sexual advances and discriminatory actions. Real-world scenarios help contextualize these concepts, fostering a nuanced comprehension among trainees.

Furthermore, the training outlines clear procedures for filing complaints, empowering employees to take action against harassment or discrimination. It elucidates employer responsibilities, emphasizing the role of organizations in fostering inclusive, respectful work environments. By exploring potential remedies and the consequences of non-compliance, the course underscores the seriousness of addressing and preventing workplace harassment.

Tailored to meet Illinois' stringent requirements, this program isn't just about fulfilling legal obligations—it's about cultivating a culture of accountability and respect. Participants emerge equipped with the knowledge, confidence, and tools to identify, report, and combat sexual harassment effectively, contributing to safer, more equitable workplaces across the state.

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What legislation mandates annual sexual harassment training in Illinois?

The Workplace Transparency Act of 2019 requires training for every employee in the state.

What are examples of behaviors covered under sexual harassment in the workplace?

Examples include physical assaults, unwanted advances, discriminatory displays, and hostile environment harassment.

Why is understanding employer responsibilities crucial in sexual harassment training?

Employers play a pivotal role in creating and maintaining a safe, inclusive workplace environment.

What options do employees have for addressing sexual harassment?

Employees can file complaints, seek remedies, and should be protected against retaliation.

What is emphasized regarding the consequences of non-compliance with sexual harassment laws?

The training underscores the seriousness of non-compliance and the potential legal and organizational repercussions.

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