Sexual harassment training is a form of compliance training common in organizations of all shapes and sizes. Mandated by Federal and Connecticut laws, this training is aimed at preventing workplace sexual harassment in any form, including inappropriate remarks, unwanted physical contact, showing pornographic material, and demands for sexual favors.
Employers in Connecticut that employ three or more employees must provide training to all their employees. New employees hired after October 1, 2019, must be trained within six months of hire, while all current employees must be trained by October 1, 2020.
The ProProfs training course meets current Federal and Connecticut sexual harassment training requirements. The course is designed by legal professionals to help you easily deploy harassment compliance training to employees and ensure compliance.
ProProfs doesn't just give you a course; you also get our powerful Training Maker software, which means you can fully customize the course to fit your company's needs and preferences.
You also get our virtual classroom, which makes it easy for you to assign courses and track progress to ensure compliance. With ProProfs, you eliminate the time-intensive process of sexual harassment training and make it easier for both your HR and employees.
Meets U.S. Federal and Connecticut requirements for sexual harassment training.
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Employees can take the course on their schedule and can start, pause, and resume as needed.
Includes real-life case studies and examples to illustrate workplace sexual harassment.
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This Connecticut mandatory sexual harassment training course is designed for both employees and supervisors at all levels and working in different industries. It is based on state-mandated sexual harassment training requirements.
Employers who are looking to establish a code of conduct in their organizations and prevent unwanted cases of sexual harassment will find this online sexual harassment training course particularly helpful.
The course can be used as-is or customized to fit your training needs. It’s easy to enroll learners and train them using ProProfs Training Maker software.
Upon completion of this online Sexual Harassment Training course, learners will be able to:
Federal: Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, FEHA and Title VII statutory provisions and case law concerning the prohibition against and the prevention of retaliation in employment, unlawful sexual harassment, discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT).
To make it easy for you, we’ve provided state-wise sexual harrassment prevention training requirements below along with recommended customizable and ready-to-use training courses.
California(AB 1825, AB 2053 and S.B. 396, S.B 1343)
Connecticut (Connecticut Human Rights and Opportunity Act)
Delaware (Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act)
Illinois (Illinois Human Rights Act)
Maine (Sexual Harassment Training and Education in the Workplace Law)
New York (New York State Division of Human Rights)
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Starting January 1, 2020, Senate Bill 1343 requires employers with 5 or more employees, including temporary or seasonal employees, to provide at least 2 hours of sexual harassment training to all supervisory employees and at least one hour of sexual harassment training to all nonsupervisory employees, and once every 2 years thereafter, as specified.
Cal. Gov Code §12950. AB 2053 amends Cal. Gov Code §12950 Learn more
Beginning October 1, 2019, employers, regardless of size, must provide 2 hours of sexual harassment training to all employees. All employees hired on or after October 1, 2019, must receive the training within six months of hire.
Conn. Gen. Stat. § 46a-54(15)(B). Conn. Agencies Regs. § 46a-54-204. Learn more
Employers with 4 or more employees, including state and local governments must provide sexual harassment training to all employees within six months of assuming office, and the training must be conducted every two years. It also applies to employment agencies and to labor organizations.
(HB 360) Learn more
Effective January 1, 2020, SB75 requires all employers with 1 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees and supervisors within the first calendar week of the employee's employment, and on an annual basis thereafter.
Comp. Stat., Chap. 775, § 2-105(B)(5). Learn more
All employers with 15 or more employees who are located in or doing business in the state of Maine must train all employees about sexual harassment within a year of the beginning of their employment.
26 Me. Rev. Stat. § 807(3). Learn more
Beginning October 9, 2018, all private and public employers in the state of New York are required to conduct annual anti-harassment training for all employees and distribute a written anti-harassment policy. Learn more
Not required, but recommended. The state encourages employers to take any necessary preventative measures against sexual harassment because prevention is the best way to eliminate sexual harassment. Suggested methods include raising the issue, condemning sexual harassment, and discussing employees’ rights in sexual harassment incidents. Learn more
The CT sexual harassment prevention training is an educational and training process for employees and supervisors working in Connecticut. Employers having three or more employees must provide this training to all employees. Upon completion of such a training program, employees must be able to understand the laws governing sexual harassment, identify sexual harassment in the workplace, and respond to incidents of sexual harassment effectively.
Administering sexual harassment training is easy with a ready-to-use course and a learning management system to deliver it. All you need to do is pick the sexual harassment training course for your state from ProProfs library. Alternatively, if you like, you can customize a course with your branding, company harassment policy, and make any changes you wish to. Next, you can simply upload a spreadsheet containing a list of learners or add them one by one. At ProProfs, you can do an automated sync with your HRIS. Take a look at this easy guide to learn How to Conduct Sexual Harassment Training.
As many as they want. Your account comes with 100+ ready-to-use courses including DEI, sexual harassment, OSHA, HIPAA & many more. There is no charge per course.
There are many options. You can bulk-upload contacts from spreadsheets, send email links to learners for self-enrollment, or connect ProProfs with your HRIS, which auto-syncs your contact database. Here’s a quick guide to learn How to Bulk-Import Contacts in ProProfs LMS.
Yes, LGBTQIA+ employees are protected from workplace sexual harassment, just like all other employees. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC, has said that workplace harassment because of an employee's gender identity or expression is sexual harassment. Harassment that happens because someone doesn’t fit traditional gender stereotypes of masculinity or femininity is a type of sexual harassment. Workplace harassment against LGBT people is always rooted in other people's belief that they are not acting how a woman or man "should" act, therefore making it sexual harassment.
It is unlawful to harass a person because of that person's sex, including the person's sexual orientation, gender identity, or pregnancy. Learn More
According to Connecticut’s Time’s Up Act, which expanded the existing sexual harassment training requirements, employers with three or more employees must provide two hours of interactive training to all employees and supervisors by October 1, 2020. New employees must be trained no later than six months upon hire. Employers with less than three employees are required to provide the training only to supervisors by October 1, 2020.
The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) published FAQs, a poster, and other written materials, highlighting the importance of preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. The commission has also made available a free online education and training video on its website, which employers will find helpful in meeting the legal obligations. The training shall be inclusive of information related to the federal and state statutory provisions on sexual harassment as well as the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment.
This course is self-paced, and is available as soon as you open your account. You can assign the course to your employees anytime, and you can set deadlines for them. The course is always available to you, so you can require employees to take it again or as required by your policy or state (e.g. every two years).
As long as your account is active, you can access the course. If you cancel your account, you will lose access to the course.
You can archive the user if they leave your organization. The reports would remain intact, and it would free up the license so you can now train a new employee without any additional cost.
Yes. You can make any changes to the course, such as adding your logo, company information, or custom content. If you do make changes, please check federal and state guidelines to ensure you maintain compliance.
You will be able to administer and manage the course from your ProProfs Training Maker account. You can share the course with your employees using our Classroom feature. Or you may send them an email containing a link to the course if you prefer. Your employees can access the course via phone, tablet, or desktop. You can set up groups and automate course notifications & reminders.
There is a placeholder location in the course where you can add your company’s harassment policy. You can type in, copy and paste or even upload files directly into the training course, including: zip, doc, docx, ppt, pptx, pdf, swf, jpg, png, gif, flv, mp4, mp3, m4v. You can also add your policy to the classroom as a downloadable file.
Yes. ProProfs Training Maker is a complete Learning Management System (LMS). You can automate reminders, ensure compliance, track all records, create groups and group admins, integrate with SCORM, xAPI, and more. You can create course bundles and learning paths, and access insightful reports and analytics. You can also build your own courses for any other training needs.
The course completion and pending reports are automatically generated in your account. You can share access to these reports easily within your company. You can also use these reports to send reminders to improve completion.
You can pay a one-time annual fee and access the course for a full 12 months. We also have a monthly payment program that allows you to access the course on a month-to-month basis. Remember that your active subscription includes full access to all sexual harassment courses, more than 35 additional training courses, as well as completion certificates, and all training records.