CoreAxis provides sexual harassment prevention training, and safe workplace training to thousands of organizations across the country using videos, animations, infographics and immersive scenarios.

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Creating a respectful workplace

The Respectful Workplace course educates both leaders and employees on the etiquette of a respectful working environment. With topics like Workplace Bullying, Workplace Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and more, this course covers various information targeted at fostering a safe and respectful workplace.

Course Objectives

  • Demonstrate appropriate workplace conduct relative to a respectful workplace.
  • Provide appropriate responses when witnessing and reporting violations.
  • Foster a culture that promotes a respectful workplace.
  • Communicate expectations, company policy, and support resources(Leaders path ONLY)

Course Lessons

  • Lesson one Getting Started
  • Lesson two The Law
  • Lesson three Developing Policy
  • Lesson four Policies in the Workplace
  • Lesson five Incident Reporting
  • Lesson six Sexual Harassment
  • Lesson seven Mediation
  • Lesson eight Conflict Resolution
  • Lesson nine Next Steps
  • Lesson ten Wrap Up

Schedule a time to talk about content customization and delivery. CoreAxis can provide professional facilitators to deliver the course at your corporate or off-site location. You can also use this course as one of your ILT offerings in your LMS.

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Bullying in The Workplace

Why do we need a training course on workplace bullying? Recent studies have shown that 75% of employees that were surveyed say they have been affected by bullying in their workplace. If over half of employees have to deal with workplace bullying, isn’t it time to change that statistic? At CoreAxis, we know that bullying isn’t happening from just supervisors, but also by fellow employees. Bullying effects everyone in the company, even those who just witness it and aren’t subjected to it. So let CoreAxis, help you take a stand against bullying in your organization!

sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is the most common type of workplace harassment, with recent studies showing more than 50% of employees reporting experiencing this form of harassment at work. Employers must strive to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace, and avoid the negative effects on productivity, morale, and culture.

The definition of sexual harassment, per The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is as follows:

Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when such conduct:

  • explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment
  • unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance
  • creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment

Education is a key first step in avoiding sexual harassment in the workplace, on all levels of your organization, with additional training for Management staff on properly handling reported cases.  The final step is setting up a process for when sexual harassment occurs: handling complaints, investigations, and corrective measures.

Who Needs to Comply with Sexual Harassment Training?

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits workplace harassment, including sexual harassment,  and prohibits employers with 15 or more employees from discriminating on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. The law applies to federal, state, and local employers and governs all employment actions. Laws regarding workplace harassment are enforced by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

In addition, three states (California, Connecticut, and Maine) have their own state laws specifically addressing sexual harassment:

California - AB 1825 and AB 2053
Connecticut - Connecticut Human Rights and Opportunity Act
Maine - Maine Employment Laws Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807

Who Needs To Take Sexual
Harassment Training?

All members of an organization, including:

  • Employees
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Contract Workers
  • Volunteers

Additionally, Management staff must receive training specifically discussing how to handle reported cases of sexual harassment.

Our Training

Coreaxis provides sexual harassment prevention training to thousands of organizations across the country using videos, animations, infographics and immersive scenarios.

Why Core Axis

Customer Experience

Customer Experience

Our experienced team will ensure your organization receives effective training that meets all of your requirements.

Deployment & Tracking

Deployment & Tracking

Our eLearning experience ensures that your program will be professionally deployed and properly tracked from start to finish.

Dynamic Updates

Dynamic Updates

The courses on your LMS platform will be automatically updated as there are developments in course content.

Compliance Monitoring

Compliance Monitoring

Compliance regulations are constantly evolving. Our team ensures that the training you receive is up-to-date and compliant with all new regulations.

Current Courseware

Current Courseware

All course content is up-to-date and on par with current regulations. We can customize course delivery based on your specific needs.

Platform Integrations

Platform Integrations

We are experienced working with all LMS platforms to ensure that our course material will seamlessly be deployed on your LMS.

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