EZLEARN University

Harassment Courses

In partnership with content expert Anderson-davis, Inc., clients describe our powerful harassment courses as engaging and effective. Using a combination of relevant video vignettes, facilitator coaching, and interactive exercises, our courses are designed to meet various industry and HR needs. Our flexible format makes customization easy and fast. In today’s highly litigious society, it is more important than ever to make sure your company provides this important training to protect you and your employees.

ezHarassment Prevention

In spite of many years of mandated training, workplace harassment can remain an ongoing challenge. The Workplace Harassment & Abusive Conduct course recognizes the changing dynamics in today's busy workplaces and illustrates very clear appropriate and inappropriate behaviors and how to address. The Supervisor course contains two parts (Core Content and Leadership Series) and meets California (AB 1825 / AB 2053 / SB396), New York, Connecticut, and Maine requirements.

Workplace Harassment & Abusive Conduct

We recognize different corporate cultures and learning styles. This course was creating using the same ezHarassment Prevention content with a more informal and relaxed approach. With a generous dose of creativity and animated scenarios, participants are challenged to consider the impact of their words, behaviors and relationships.

The EEO Challenge

Our EEO Challenge e-learning course offers an innovative approach to a challenging topic. Its creative design actively engages supervisors and managers as they deal with diverse and complex issues related to EEO compliance and the law.

Harassment and Retaliation Overview (HERO)

This mystery-based harassment and retaliation prevention course invites participants to interact in a 3D virtual environment to figure out who was suspended and why. H.E.R.O. includes over 40 video scenarios that challenge participants’ understanding of their employer’s anti-harassment and retaliation policies while also teaching them when and where they apply.

* The supervisor course meets CA AB 1825/AB 2053 requirements.

Gender Identity and LGBTQIA Harassment

Workplace Bullying

Regardless of workplace size, research shows that 37% of all employees have been bullied at some point in their career. How can an employee determine if behavior by managers, peers, or third parties is actually bullying? How should an employee proceed if he/she thinks it is happening to them?