“Sexual harassment is really not about sex nor is sexual assault. It’s about power and the abuse of it,” says Stacey Pinkerton, someone with firsthand experience. Abuse involves one powerful person exerting power over a person with lesser power.
The tell-tale signs of sexual harassment have become all too clear to employees across industries. But the line between what’s appropriate and what’s not can easily become blurred when working remotely.
OpenSesame, the elearning innovator, today announced a partnership with Traliant, a provider of award-winning sexual harassment elearning courses, to expand its offering of interactive compliance training within the OpenSesame Plus subscription.
Savvy Training & Consulting, a leading provider of software training solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments, and Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training, have entered into a strategic partnership.
Traliant, a provider of award-winning sexual harassment training, today announced a reseller agreement with Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, a provider of comprehensive educational and tutoring services.
Be a part of the solution by implementing training that sets a foundation of sexual harassment prevention and sets the bar for true behavioral change within your organization. Download this infographic to access helpful guidelines to kick off your program.
Media Partners Corporation, a leading producer of premier people skills and compliance training programs, today announced the close of $5.6 million in Series A-1 funding. Byron Group LLC, a privately held investment company located in Minneapolis.
L&D professionals can set more organizations up for success in the #MeToo era by creating organizational cultures that encourage reporting, training leaders on how to respond to reports of sexual harassment and effectively managing new state training laws.
If business leaders continue to perpetuate this mindset of protection of themselves rather than protection of the group, our compliance training programs will continue to return little to no positive results.
All too often, companies find themselves grappling with what to do after a sexual harassment complaint or even a lawsuit. Less often do they invest their time and energy into developing a comprehensive training program that helps prevent sexual harassment.