Illinois Sexual Harassment Training

Illinois Sexual Harassment Training

Atana's comprehensive Illinois-specific sexual harassment prevention training features captivating video segments that engage learners. Manager and Employee courses include wrap-around instruction that ensures all Illinois sexual harassment prevention training requirements are met.

Atana's comprehensive Illinois-specific sexual harassment prevention training features captivating video segments that engage learners. Manager and Employee courses include wrap-around instruction that ensures all Illinois sexual harassment prevention training requirements are met.

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Comply with Illinois Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

The Workplace Transparency Act, an amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA), requires employers to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees every year. The law applies to all employers regardless of size, and includes all workers, including short-term, part-time, and interns. All employees who work or will work in Illinois must be trained, regardless of where their employer is based. Likewise, employees who are based outside of Illinois, but who regularly interact with other employees in Illinois, should also be trained.

The Laws

  • Section 2-109(B) of the IHRA requires employers to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees annually
  • Section 2-110(B) requires restaurants and bar employers to provide a copy of a sexual harassment prevention policy to all employees
  • Section 2-110(C) of the IHRA requires restaurant and bar employers to provide supplemental sexual harassment prevention training annually (in addition to the training required of all employers)

Employee Requirement  

  • Annual training
  • New employees must be trained as soon as possible after hire

Manager Requirement  

  • Annual training
  • New supervisors and managers must be trained as soon as possible after hire or assuming supervisory position 

Additional Requirements in IL  

  • Definition of sexual harassment based on the IHRA
  • Examples of behaviors that constitute unlawful sexual harassment
  • Remedies available to victims of sexual harassment
  • Complaint process and contact information Employer actions and prevention
  • Manager responsibilities

Additional Requirements for Restaurants and Bars in IL  

  • Supplemental training content related to restaurant and bar industry
  • An explanation of manager liability and responsibility

Note:  In April 2022, the city of Chicago changed its sexual harassment prevention law and expanded training requirements beyond those mandated by the state of Illinois.  See our Chicago courses here.

Once & For All  meets all Illinois sexual harassment training requirements and more by:

 

  • Teaching desired workplace behaviors, such as speaking up about inappropriate behaviors, setting and maintaining professional boundaries, and seeking support from a manager or HR when needed.
  • Providing a pre-measurement module that captures a baseline of your organization’s knowledge and stance on sexual harassment prevention.
  • Delivering actionable insights that will enable your organization to identify opportunities for growth on desirable outcomes.
  • Offering a powerful Manager course (as well as Employee version) that zeroes in on changing the behaviors of managers who must effectively handle sexual harassment complaints and set the tone for a respectful workplace.

 

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Once & For All  meets all Illinois sexual harassment training requirements and more by:

 

  • Teaching desired workplace behaviors, such as speaking up about inappropriate behaviors, setting and maintaining professional boundaries, and seeking support from a manager or HR when needed.
  • Providing a pre-measurement module that captures a baseline of your organization’s knowledge and stance on sexual harassment prevention.
  • Delivering actionable insights that will enable your organization to identify opportunities for growth on desirable outcomes.
  • Offering a powerful Manager course (as well as Employee version) that zeroes in on changing the behaviors of managers who must effectively handle sexual harassment complaints and set the tone for a respectful workplace.

 

 


Course Features

  • 7x award-winning video segments
  • Self-assessments and activities developed by experts in organizational research and instructional design with 30+ years of experience
  • Knowledge checks that go beyond information retention to truly understand behavioral intent
  • Behavioral theory backed by science implemented into the course that can be measured and tracked to show progress over time

Course Previews

Note: Once & For All is fully interactive eLearning. The course previews below show a learner would progress through the course. It does not include all the behavioral and knowledge-based questions. To demo the eLearning course in its entirety, please contact us.

Illinois Employee Course

Illinois Manager Course


Multi-State Deployment

If your organization has employees in Illinois as well as in states with a different or no sexual harassment training mandate, we will work with you to ensure the most effective deployment possible. Many organizations in this situation train employees with state-version courses where needed, then use general courses for staff in states without mandates.  Other versions of Once & For All include: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Chicago, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, New York, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

See our Interactive Compliance Guide and Requirements Matrix for specifics on how Once & For All meets Illinois, and other, state training mandates.