Harassment in the workplace is a serious issue. From decreased productivity to higher turnover, the impact of workplace harassment can be monumental and shake a business to its core. It’s critical—and required in some jurisdictions—to train your workforce on how to identify and prevent various forms of harassment.

If you’re an employer striving to eliminate workplace harassment and comply with current and emerging laws concerning anti-harassment training in the workplace, look no further than the e-learning solution developed by Epstein Becker Green’s Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice: Halting Harassment®. Our course provides 50-state compliant, compelling, interactive, computer-based anti-harassment training for all your employees and supervisors through your online learning management system.

Adaptable for remote, hybrid, and in-person work, Halting Harassment® is compliant not only with federal and state laws across the United States (including requirements in states such as California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, and New York State) but also with local laws (including requirements in cities such as Chicago and New York). This online anti-harassment training course helps employers in jurisdictions with mandatory training requirements and those in locations without them encourage behaviors that foster a work environment free from discrimination and harassment.

Halting Harassment Resource Center

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Engaging Features

Halting Harassment® has numerous engaging and inclusive features, including:

Essential Information

Halting Harassment® provides your employees with essential information on a variety of topics, such as:

7 Rules of the Road

Also included in Halting Harassment are the “7 Rules of the Road” for halting sexual harassment in the workplace. These rules include:

E-Learning Features

E-Learning Features Availability
Comprehensive material addressing harassment and non-discrimination
(including relevant federal, state, and local laws)
Inclusion of client’s anti-harassment policy and compliant procedure
English-language closed captioning
Animated video scenarios
Interactive questions, answers, and testing throughout the course
State and local modules for the most efficient user experience
Customer support
Record of completion Dependent on client’s
Learning Management System
Mobile learning – accessible on mobile devices Dependent on client’s
Learning Management System
License duration 12 months – all employees

Sign Up for a Free, Interactive Demonstration of
Our Anti-Harassment Training Tool

Contact us to learn how this training can protect your organization and to explore all your training options—use the form above or email: haltingharassment@ebglaw.com

Halting Harassment® is a registered trademark of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.


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