Workplace Harassment Prevention Training

Sexual harassment training is crucial for shielding your company from costly fines and a tarnished reputation. Your business can be hit by penalties exceeding $1,000,000.00, plus legal fees for defending a workplace harassment lawsuit. Therefore, documented HR training and an established and posted anti-sexual harassment policy are imperative to protect your company and employees. Avoid expensive fines by utilizing one of our Workplace Harassment Training programs. The solution to dealing with harassment in the workplace is education, not litigation.

Workplace Harassment Prevention Training “The Real Deal”

Unlimited Access To Online Workplace Harassment Training

This online training is available in 5 industry-specific verticals and General Industry; Automotive, College and University, Construction/Trade/Warehouse, Healthcare, Restaurant/Hospitality.

Workplace Harassment Prevention Training: "The Real Deal" presents an engaging, informative, and high-impact 44-minute video for managers and employees (except for supervisors subject to 2-hour state training requirements). This course covers all types of unlawful harassment and reprisal and includes practical, easy-to-understand examples of manager/supervisor duties and liability.

  • UNLIMITED Access to Workplace Harassment Prevention Training!
  • No limit on the number of employees you can train

Key Features:

  • Available in 5 industry specific verticals as well as general industry
  • Real world scenes delivered by professional actors and explored with dynamic legal and subject matter experts
  • Online Training provided in English and Spanish at no extra cost
  • Training for Supervisors and Employees (except where two-hour training requirements apply)
  • Covers all types of Sexual / Workplace Harassment, Retaliation and Discrimination
  • Prevention, Recognition & Response

Access our training program as many times as you need during your subscription period

The course includes program materials and a test. This training can save you time, money, and legal troubles. It can even afford an affirmative defense for employers in the case of an employment-related charge. Prevention is the best mechanism for eliminating complaints about possible wrongdoing, including workplace harassment and discrimination.

Online Access: You get access to the video program from your own page on our website, no-fail online testing, printable certificates, online tracking, printable handouts, and English and Spanish versions at no extra cost. E-Minders can be scheduled for registered learners reminding them to complete the training.

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State Specific Workplace Harassment Prevention Training

For States with mandatory requirements for workplace harassment prevention training, we have developed training solutions designed to meet those additional state mandates.



We offer both CA AB 1825 / AB 2053 / SB 396 / SB 1343 Manager and Supervisor Sexual Harassment Training, as well as CA SB 1343 Employee Sexual Harassment Training, These riveting courses comply with mandatory training requirements in California.

New York

New York Sexual Harassment Training for Supervisors and Employees comply with mandated requirements. WTN Engaging, powerful, high-impact, course features a high-powered attorney and professional actors in realistic, issue-packed, “prime time” episodes.

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Illinois Sexual Harassment Training requirements as per SB75 mandate that every employee, including new hires within 90 days, must receive annual training. All Illinois employees must be trained in 2020, and failure to comply with this law may lead to financial penalties for businesses. The training should cover topics such as what constitutes sexual harassment, the illegality of sexual harassment, how to prevent it, and how to report harassment. Employers must keep accurate records of the training, including the name of the trainer, date of the training, and employees who attended.

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Connecticut General Statute 46a-54-200 mandates that employers with 50 or more employees provide two hours of training and education to all supervisors, as well as to new supervisors within six months of assuming the supervisory position. The purpose of this training is to prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace, as well as to ensure that supervisors are equipped with the necessary tools to address and respond appropriately to any such incidents. Employers may choose to provide this training in-house or through a third-party provider, and are responsible for maintaining documentation of completion for all supervisors. Failure to comply with this statute may result in penalties or fines.

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In addition to the requirement for interactive training and education on the prevention of sexual harassment, Delaware's HB 360 also mandates that the training be provided to all employees, including supervisory and non-supervisory personnel, within one year of their start date. The training must be conducted by a qualified individual with expertise in the prevention of sexual harassment, and must include information on the state and federal laws regarding sexual harassment, the types of conduct that constitute sexual harassment, and the remedies available to victims of harassment. Employers are also required to maintain records of all training provided, including the names of attendees and the dates and times of the training sessions. Failure to comply with HB 360 may result in penalties and fines.

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Maine Sexual Harassment Training is mandated by Maine Title 26, Section 807. Employers with 15 or more employees must provide training to new employees within one year of their start date. The training must cover topics such as what constitutes sexual harassment, how to prevent it, how to report it, and the legal implications of engaging in sexual harassment. Employers must keep accurate records of the training, including the name of the trainer, date of the training, and employees who attended.

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Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity & Inclusion Training for Supervisors and Employees

There is a huge spotlight on Diversity & Inclusion which makes this training a top priority for every workplace. It has never been more important to create awareness of Diversity & Inclusion and empower your team to avoid stereotyping, bias, microaggressions, and unlawful discrimination — and to understand the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce.

That is exactly what you will achieve with this powerful, up close and personal, high impact, 35-minute video-based online course!

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Workplace Violence Awareness & Prevention
For Managers, Supervisors, and Employees

Workplace violence training is crucial to defend businesses against potential lawsuits, liabilities, and tragic incidents. The training curriculum typically includes topics such as the responsibilities of supervisors and employees, steps to prevent workplace violence, responding to and reporting incidents, and more. Proper training can help create a safe and secure work environment and minimize the risk of workplace violence.

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Ethics & Code of Conduct
For Supervisors and Employees

This high-impact, “edutainment”-style, 55-minute course provides a powerful, practical, personal exploration of Ethics and Code of Conduct in the workplace.

Concepts and information about ethics and code of conduct in the workplace are brought to life in living color by dynamic facilitators / professional actors who lay out key learning points and converse with viewers before and after performing in entertaining, realistic “prime-time” episodes.

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Remote Workforce Communication and Best Practices Streaming Training

Communication is the heartbeat of all relationships. It is challenging enough when we are together physically! Working remotely brings additional challenges.

Your team members will join internationally renowned communications expert, Jeffrey Klubeck, M.A. (“Coach Jeffrey”) and WTN President & Founder, Kit Goldman, as they bring key concepts and learning points to life!



  • Dynamic dialogue & commentary
  • Live action scenes and re-enactments
  • Interactive learning assessment activities after each module

This high energy, “edutainment”-style interactive modular online video training empowers your remote team to:

  • Be effective, confident communicators 
  • Create a safe, productive, compliant remote workspace

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What can be considered workplace harassment?

Workplace harassment includes unwelcome conduct based on protected characteristics, including race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information, or retaliation for opposing discriminatory practices. This can show up in different ways, whether it's verbal, non-verbal, physical, or visual, creating a hostile or offensive work environment. Examples include offensive jokes, slurs, intimidation, threats, ridicule, or interference with work performance.

What is harassment training?

Harassment training, also known as harassment prevention training, is an educational program designed to raise awareness about workplace harassment, promote respectful behavior, and provide guidance on how to prevent and address instances of harassment. It covers identifying harassment, learning legal responsibilities, understanding how to report incidents, and cultivating a workplace culture that values respect and inclusivity.

What are the objectives of harassment prevention training?

The objectives of harassment prevention training are multifaceted. Primarily, the goal is to educate employees and supervisors about what constitutes harassment and discrimination, including the various forms it can take. Additionally, the training is intended to empower individuals to recognize and address inappropriate behavior, whether they are victims, bystanders, or perpetrators. Ultimately, it's about building a workplace where people feel safe, respected, and able to do their best work without fear of being treated unfairly.

In what states is harassment training required?

Harassment prevention training requirements vary by state, with many states mandating such training for certain employers. Currently, states like California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, New York, and Washington have specific laws requiring harassment prevention training for employees. Additionally, several other states have introduced or are considering similar legislation to address workplace harassment and promote a safe and respectful work environment. It is essential for employers to stay informed about the legal requirements in their jurisdiction and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.