Create a culture that promotes a positive and respectful workplace while meeting your state sexual harassment training requirements.

Courseware for Managers and Individuals
Mix and match Vado’s short courses to create the right sexual harassment training program for your organization. Add on
your state’s Legal Supplement to meet your state required sexual harassment training program.

 

Note: This library is available in Spanish.

  1. The Respectful Workplace: Introduction: Creating and maintaining a healthy and respectful workplace requires everyone working together. Watch your way through a series of short courses that will help you determine what discrimination and harassment in the workplace looks like, what to do if you experience it, and how to prevent it from happening in the first place.
  2. The Respectful Workplace: Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity: In this course you’ll learn the benefits diversity brings to your team, how you can identify and encourage diversity, and how to support an inclusive work environment the way we are different from each other can make us stronger when working together. Those differences can also create challenges. It’s easy to miss out on the advantages if we only focus on the problems.
  3. The Respectful Workplace: Champion Civility: In this course, you will learn how to make positive actions to support workplace civility and respect. Specifically, you'll learn what actions to proactively champion civility, ways to be kind and respectful to everyone, how to take on bad behavior when no one else appears bothered by it and how to come to the aide of someone who is being harassed (bystander).
  4. The Respectful Workplace: Dating at Work: In this course, you will learn about the risks associated with dating coworkers, how to lower those risks and how to recognize the risks of engaging in supervisor/employee relationships.
  5. The Respectful Workplace: Digital Sexual Harassment: In this course, you will learn that in addition to email; harassment can be done via text messages, chat, forums, article comments, social media, video and photo sharing, and even phone calls. We’re not going to try to answer tricky legal questions. Instead, we’re going to focus on keeping it respectful. If everyone behaves respectfully as they participate in the digital world, there shouldn’t be any concerns about illegal workplace harassment.
  6. The Respectful Workplace: Identifying Discrimination: In this course, you will learn about the difficult, yet important, issue of discrimination in the workplace. After completing this course, you will be able to identify workplace discrimination, learn about the common protected classes by law, understand what makes behavior discriminatory and distinguish between illegal discrimination and abusive conduct (bullying).
  7. The Respectful Workplace: Learning Opportunities: In this course, you will learn principles on handling tough conversations at work. No one wants to have difficult conversations, but each of these conversations can be turned into a positive learning experience.

  8. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Remote Workplace Harassment: In this course, you will learn, as a manager, how to prevent and respond to harassment in a remote work environment. Specifically, you'll learn how to set clear expectations, monitor the work environment, and respond to problems. Help ensure that the workplace is safe, respectful, free of sexual harassment, and other forms of discrimination.

  9. The Respectful Workplace: Remote Workplace Harassment for Employees: In this course, you'll learn the harassment risks associated with remote work, what you can do to prevent and respond to harassment, and how to set a good example with our behavior along with acting when we experience problems, either directed at us or others. Let’s learn how to work from home respectfully.

  10. The Respectful Workplace: Sexual Harassment: Create a respectful workplace by learning to recognize what is considered sexual harassment, how to prevent it from happening and the steps to take if you see or experience sexual harassment.

  11. The Respectful Workplace: Sexual Harassment in the Hospitality Industry: In this course, you will learn about and understand why hospitality industries have a greater risk for sexual harassment. You'll learn actions you can take to protect yourself and coworkers, and understand your manager’s responsibilities, and more importantly how they can help.
  12. The Respectful Workplace: Stop Harassment in Its Tracks: In this course, you will learn how to react effectively when you witness harassment, when are harassed or if someone feels that you are harassing them. Specifically, you'll be able to understand how to ask the offender to stop, how to apologize and to report a problem of harassment. Creating a respectful workplace depends on all employees doing their very best to treat coworkers well.
  13. The Respectful Workplace: Turn Microaggressions into Micro-Inclusions: In this course you will learn what microaggressions are, why they are disrespectful, how to react as a bystander, what you should do if you are the offender, and how to react and respond if they are directed at you.

  14. The Respectful Workplace: Unconscious Bias: In this course you’ll learn what unconscious bias is, ways to make your own biases visible, and how to minimize the negative impact your unconscious bias has on your relationships with coworkers.
  15. The Respectful Workplace: Working it Out: In this course you’ll learn five conflict resolution strategies and when to apply each, and a process for working with another person to resolve a conflict. When people work together, there are going to be conflicts about goals, approach, and how to work with each other. It’s inevitable. Instead of ignoring it, your goal should be to call it out and then work together towards a positive solution.
  16. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Corrective Action: After becoming aware of harassment; the company has an obligation to investigate, draw conclusions, and take appropriate action that resolves the problem.
  17. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Coaching Conversations: Learn how to have effective one-on-one conversations about respect, including how to skillfully tackle objections and defensive responses.
  18. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Establishing Respect Norms: Learn how to collaboratively develop a set of respect norms for your group, reinforce behavior that supports the norms and intervene when more work needs to be done.
  19. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Expect the Best: Understand the leadership role you have in preventing harassment and doing what you can to proactively create a healthy workplace culture, built on respect.
  20. The Respectful Workplace: Manage for Respect - Receiving Complaints: Learn how to effectively listen to an employee’s concerns and ensure you handle all workplace complaints with skill and professionalism.
  21. The Respectful Workplace: Acknowledgement: This course is to be applied at the end of all courses for a quick acknowledgement to imply your understanding of the course material presented.
  22. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - California Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of California’s mandatory harassment training (AB 1825, AB 2053, SB 396 & SB 1343) for CA managers and employees.
  23. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Canada Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Canada's mandatory harassment training requirements.
  24. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Connecticut Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Connecticut's mandatory harassment training requirements.
  25. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Delaware Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Delaware's mandatory harassment training requirements.
  26. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Illinois Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Illinois' mandatory harassment training requirements.
  27. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Maine Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Maine’s mandatory harassment training requirements.
  28. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - New York Harassment: Learn about and meet the training requirements and standards mandated by the New York Department of Labor, the New York Division of Human Rights and New York City’s Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act.
  29. The Respectful Workplace: Know Your Rights - Washington Harassment Protections: Learn about and meet the requirements of Washington's mandatory harassment training requirements.

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