Illinois Sexual Harassment Training

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Illinois Sexual Harassment Training

Syntrio’s sexual harassment training exceeds the state-certification requirements required by the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR). Our Illinois sexual harassment prevention courses positively address workplace harassment issues and reinforce an affirmative workplace culture around respectful conduct.

Our modern, scenario-led, online training is highly interactive. It helps employees and managers understand their role in promoting a healthy workplace, preventing sexual harassment, and effectively responding to misconduct when it occurs. Courses include information, practical examples, and Q&A on sexual harassment prevention, discrimination, bystander intervention, workplace relationships, bullying, gender expression, sexual orientation, diversity and inclusion, and more.

Course Version Description
State Certification Training Illinois
50-minute, 60-minute, and 120-minute Versions
Certification Yes, Electronic
Roles Employee, Manager, Supervisors, and Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO)
Languages English, Spanish
Formats Online, Instructor-Led Onsite
Industry Healthcare, Industrial, Hospitality, Retail, Municipal,
Government, College/University, Finance and Banking, Business Services, Technology, and more.

6,500+ organizations trust Syntrio to reduce risk and improve their culture. You can too!

When choosing a provider for sexual harassment training, we know you have many choices. Syntrio has become the industry leader in online sexual harassment training by being different. We believe sexual harassment training needs to go beyond compliance and into the culture. For this reason, our sexual harassment training aligns with our overall philosophy of a “Speak Up” and “Listen Up” culture that empowers your workforce to report concerns as they arise. Research has proven that a workforce knowledgeable about sexual harassment and unafraid to report incidents is more engaged and loyal to the organization and far more likely to follow the organization’s policies, thereby reducing the risk for incidents of sexual harassment.