Kansas Online Sexual Harassment Training
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Kansas Sexual Harassment Training Requirements
According to the Kansas Human Rights Commission, training is an important aspect of the employer’s duty to prevent workplace sexual harassment. See KHRC: Harassment and Reasonable Care, at 8. The Kansas Attorney General’s Office recommends that employers provide training to all supervisory employees.
Additionally, EEOC guidelines and court decisions from around the country have made clear that employers should provide workplace harassment training to all employees periodically.
The training should cover sexual harassment and all other forms of unlawful harassment related to federal and state protected characteristics.
Kansas law prohibits workplace harassment and employment discrimination based on protected characteristics such as age (40 or older), ancestry, color, disability, gender identity or expression*, genetic information, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related conditions), sexual orientation*, and status as a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault. See Kansas Act Against Discrimination; Kansas Age Discrimination in Employment Act; Kan. Stat. § 44-1126; and Kan. Stat. § 44-1132. (The Kansas Human Rights Commission interprets state law consistent with the Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock v. Clayton County. Therefore, discrimination based on gender identity or expression or based on sexual orientation is a form of sex discrimination under Kansas law.)
Local ordinances may provide broader protections, so you should check the local Civil Rights Commission regulations applicable to your workplace.
For more information on Kansas equal employment opportunity requirements, see Kansas Human Rights Commission.
Clear Law's Online Sexual Harassment Training
Critically-Acclaimed Instructional Design
Engaging Story-Based Design
With a “Netflix-style” episode-based approach, we engage learners with a series of interactive stories. Instead of preaching the obvious, we focus on the nuances of “gray areas” that employees may encounter in real life.
Innovative Use of Learning Games
People love to learn but they hate to be taught! We incorporate several learning games, such as a “Family Feud” style game and an interactive conversation game.
Our assessment game ensures that every employee masters the course content—without allowing anyone to create a legal risk by failing.
Easy Course Administration
Access on All Devices and Bookmarking
Users can take the training on computers, tablets, or smartphones and can bookmark their progress.
Accessible to Users with Disabilities
Our training complies with legal requirements to make the training accessible to users with disabilities, such as Section 508 and WCAG requirements.
We make delivering the course to your employees effortless either on our Learning Management System “LMS” or your LMS.
End User Tech Support
Users call us with tech support questions, not you!
Required Legal Expertise In-House
Court cases and state laws, such as California AB 1825 and SB 1343, make clear that training providers must have expertise in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation to be qualified to provide sexual harassment training.
Clear Law’s In-House Legal Expertise
Unlike most providers, Clear Law has the required legal expertise in-house. With Clear Law’s in-house Compliance Advisory Team of former employment law attorneys, you can be assured that the training is legally accurate and kept up-to-date with any legal changes from around the country.
Free Consultation with Compliance Advisor
Have questions about how to comply with your state’s sexual harassment training and policy laws? Schedule a free consultation with a Clear Law compliance advisor now.
Multi-state employers can comply with state and local harassment training laws in all states with only three course versions. On certain course pages users select where they work to receive location-specific instruction.
- Fundamentals (45 minutes): For all supervisors and non-supervisors, except for California and Connecticut.
- Extended (1 hour): For California non-supervisors.
- Advanced (2 hours): For California supervisors and Connecticut supervisors and non-supervisors.
Other Available Course Versions
- International Version: Our 45-minute international course is taken by employees outside of the U.S.
- Essentials Version: 20-minute short course.
- Restaurant Version: Complies with Illinois and DC laws requiring restaurant-specific scenarios and content.
Languages and Customizations
Each version is available in either English, Spanish, and multiple other languages. Other languages are available upon request.
We include your logo, relevant policies, workplace images, and an introductory audio or video message from a senior official in your organization.
We can customize the training to reflect your industry and your specific workplace. Using our “green screen” technology, we can even have scenarios take place in your workplace environment.
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