Comprehensive Training Curriculum on Prevention of Sexual Harassment Training PPT


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Complete Curriculum

  • Understanding Sexual Harassment
  • What is Sexual Harassment?
  • What does Sexual Harassment Include?
  • Types of Sexual Harassment
    • Verbal
    • Physical
    • Visual
    • Non-Verbal
  • Classification of sexual harassment at the workplace
    • Quid Pro Quo
    • Hostile Work Environment
  • Importance of Addressing Sexual Harassment at the Workplace
    • Why is it Important for the Organization?
      • Raising Awareness
      • Empowering Bystanders
      • Encouraging Reporting
      • Creating Strong Workplace Culture
      • Complying with the Law
    • How it helps the Potential Victim?
    • How it Stops the Potential Perpetrator?
  • What is the Workplace?
    • Workplace in the Unorganized Sector
  • Examples of Sexual Harassment
  • What is NOT Sexual Harassment?
  • Important Stakeholders covered in the Sexual Harassment Act
    • Employer
    • Employee
    • Domestic Worker
    • Aggrieved Woman
    • Respondent
  • Key Statistics
  • Sexual Harassment Charges received by the EEOC
  • Impact of Sexual Harassment
    • Business Impact
      • Economic Cost Analysis
      • Productivity Costs
      • Compensation for Victims
      • Government Justice System Costs
      • Individual Legal Fees
      • Health and Health System Costs
      • Hiring & Retention
      • Brand Value
    • Impact on Victim
      • Psychological Effects
      • Impact on Health
      • Professional Losses
  • Case Studies
    • Gretchen Carlson vs Roger Ailes
    • Google’s Sexual Harassment Settlement
  • Activity: Is this Sexual Harassment?
  • Key Takeaways
  • Let’s Discuss
  • Let’s Test What We Have Learnt
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
    • Creating Awareness about Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies
    • Positive Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
    • Engaging Employees in a Harassment-Free Workplace
    • Taking Appropriate Action as Issues Arise
    • Other Practical Measures
    • Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy - A Company Priority
      • Sample Sexual Harassment Policy
  • Addressing Sexual Harassment
    • Constituting Complaints Committee
      • Internal Complaints Committee
    • Making Complaints Committee Accessible to all Workers
      • Filing a Complaint
        • Sample Harassment Complaint Form Template
      • Handling Sexual Harassment Complaints
        • Recommended Actions for Committee Members
        • Dos & Don’ts for Complaints Committee
        • Checklist for the Complaints Committee
      • Sample Communication Templates for Employers
        • Email Template to Address Complaint & Invite for a Meeting
          • To the Complainant
          • To the Person who has been Sexually Harassed (If Not Complainant)
          • To the Accused
  • Role of Stakeholders
    • Employers & Managers
      • Dos & Don’ts
    • Employees & Workers
    • Government
    • Employers’ Organizations
    • Workers’ Organizations
  • Key Takeaways
  • Let’s Discuss
  • Let’s Test What We Have Learnt
  • United States of America
    • Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Regulations
    • Civil Rights Act of 1991
    • Mandatory Workplace Training
      • California
      • Illinois
      • New York
    • Europe
      • United Kingdom
      • France
      • Germany
    • India
      • POSH Act
  • Key Takeaways
  • Let’s Discuss
  • Let’s Test What We Have Learnt

Sample Instructor Notes

What is this slide for: Classification of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace

This slide covers: This slide gives an overview of the classification of sexual harassment at the workplace. There are two types of sexual harassment in the workplace: Quid pro quo and hostile work environment.

Instructor’s Notes:

Sexual Harassment at the workplace can be classified into two categories:

  • Quid Pro Quo: This type of sexual harassment implies seeking sexual favors or making sexual advances in exchange for benefits at work
  • Hostile Work Environment: Uninvited and undesirable conduct or behavior, whether it takes the form of physical, verbal, non-verbal, or visual expressions, creates a hostile work environment and makes it difficult for employees to be at the workplace

What is this slide for: Ways to File a Sexual Harassment Complaint

This slide covers: This slide lists ways to file a sexual harassment complaint. These include filing a complaint via an informal mechanism, with an Internal Complaints Committee within the organization, or directly in a court of law.

Instructor’s Notes:

  • Informal Mechanism: Some victims might find it difficult to report an incident of sexual harassment. In such cases, they can approach a supervisor, a member of the HR department, or any other senior member of the organization, who can assist and encourage them to take necessary actions
  • Internal Complaints Committee: Victims of sexual harassment can file a complaint with the complaints committee within the organization to resolve the issue
  • Court of Law: Complainants can directly approach a court of law to address an incident of sexual harassment


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