Yesterday’s anti-harassment training won’t cut it in the #MeToo era. Employers must take stock of steps they have taken to prevent and stop sexual harassment in the workplace, and identify how they will answer the clear call for truly effective anti-harassment training. In this podcast, Littler attorneys Demery Ryan and Marissa Dragoo discuss key elements of updated training according to the EEOC’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, including addressing civility in the workplace, promoting bystander intervention, and helping employers develop situational awareness to recognize the potential for harassment before it starts.


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