Exceeds all state sexual harassment training requirements.
Clear Law develops new sexual harassment prevention training each year so that your employees never have to take the same course twice.
Unlike most workplace harassment training providers, Clear Law Institute ensures that its training is accessible to users with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Clear Law's training meets not only Section 508 requirements but also the strict requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA Success Criteria.
Clear Law’s online sexual harassment prevention and workplace harassment training engages users through interactive learning games. In this “Family Feud” type game, the learner tries to enter all the characteristics protected by federal harassment law.
PowerPoint or parables—which is more effective? For thousands of years, humans have learned best through stories. Clear Law’s online training presents dozens of nuanced scenarios—many of which are based on actual cases. After each scenario, the learner is asked a question and then receives feedback.
Instead of lecturing employees with a simplistic list of “do’s” and “don’ts,” Clear Law’s online sexual harassment training focuses on exploring the nuances of “gray area” situations that employees may face in real life. In this example, learners see how a decision to report or not report harassing behavior can impact others.
Our assessment ensures that every employee will master the course content—without allowing anyone to fail. To complete the workplace harassment training, the employee must complete the Quiz Show. Each cell in the Quiz Show represents a major principle taught in the course. If the learner misses the first question in a cell, the course provides the learner feedback and then provides another question on the same topic. The user cannot complete the course before correctly answering a question in each cell.
Recently enacted laws have set forth deadlines by when the first round of training must be provided. Those deadlines are listed below.
Note that these are minimum retraining requirements under these state laws. EEOC Guidelines indicate that employers should provide training periodically. Prudent employers, regardless of where they are located, retrain employees at least once every two years.
Yes. While many companies have popped up offering sexual harassment training, many of these companies don’t actually have the required expertise. State laws and court decisions from around the country require employers to ensure that their sexual harassment prevention training is developed and delivered by legal experts. For example, California’s mandatory sexual harassment training law specifically requires that training providers must have “expertise in the prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.” Moreover, training providers must also have expertise in the prevention of “harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.” The trainer provider must be an attorney, professor, instructor, human resource professional, or harassment prevention consultant with at least two years of expertise in employment law or harassment prevention.
If your employees face any issues during the training (they can’t remember their password or the sound isn’t working), rather than have them go through you to get answers from the training provider, your end users can contact us directly. We have staff available from 8 am to 7 pm ET. We will troubleshoot your users’ issues without putting you in the middle.
State and federal laws on harassment and discrimination are constantly changing and being updated. However, as a multi-state employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that the employees training remains compliant with the law. If the laws change in any state, Clear Law updates our course immediately and lets you know of the changes. We don’t wait until you renew or the end of the year to update our courses; we know that providing a fully compliant course is key so we update our course based on legal changes immediately. We rolled out our new course, Positive Workplace, last year, and had to update the course content just a few months after release based on legal changes in multiple states. We make this commitment to you.
Clear Law does everything we can to ensure an effortless administration process for your team. We provide all technical support for your employees. In addition, our LMS will handle all tracking, reporting, and storing of completion certificates for you.
Yes, you can. Our standard customization package allows you to include your logo, relevant policies, workplace images, and an introductory message from a senior official in your organization.