Defining and Preventing Sexual Harassment

The sexual harassment training videos listed here are for employees and supervisors / managers; they address: the legal definition of sexual harassment, forms of sexual harassment, identification, prevention, respect, handling complaints, and management liability.

Select a video from the list below to see pricing and licensing options. We offer flexible delivery of all of our Sexual Harassment Training Videos and DVDs. All training videos are available on DVD (with trainer and learning materials), on video file for your LMS, or streaming online.

Sexual Harassment - the TAKEAWAY for Managers

This training video covers: the legal definition of sexual harassment, a proactive response, the importance of documentation, and the fear of retaliation.

Sexual Harassment - California Edition - the TAKEAWAY for Managers

This program includes California legislation AB 1825 and AB 2053 training requirements for California managers and supervisors.

Sexual Harassment Prevention Made Simple

Sexual Harassment Made Simple is a short but comprehensive sexual harassment prevention video that covers every aspect of the important legal topic in just 6 minutes.

Sexual Harassment Prevention Made Simple For Managers

This sexual harassment training video FOR MANAGERS defines exactly what sexual harassment is in layman's terms, then gives managers the instruction they need to prevent and handle harassment situations when they occur.

Lets Get Honest

Not many sexual harassment programs can use humor and get away with it. Let's Get Honest not only has a few genuinely laugh out loud moments, it also makes the same point just as well as many popular lawyer-on-video style sexual harassment programs.

It's Up to You - Manager Version

It's Up to You: Stopping Sexual Harassment for Managers, teaches how to respond to sexual harassment from both the employee's and manager's perspectives.

It's Up To You -Employee Version

Sexual Harassment Training Video, It's Up To You -Employee Version shows 14 real-world scenarios, including inappropriate touching, slurs, jokes, computer-related materials, and much more.