Sexual Harassment Prevention, LLC

Workplace sexual harassment:

Costs money.

Hurts reputations.

Ruins lives.


Is your workplace in compliance with the law?

Connecticut’s sexual harassment laws pertain to all workers in companies, including non-profits, with three or more employees. And students at educational institutions are protected, too. 

To protect people and companies from the tremendous damage caused by workplace sexual harassment, Connecticut law [Statute Sec. 46a-60(8)] requires that all companies with 50 or more employees  provide sexual harassment awareness and prevention training  to all managers and supervisors within six months of hire or promotion.

And it’s recommended that all workplaces – regardless of size, sales or specialty — offer awareness and prevention training to all employees.


What are the dangers of ignoring workplace sexual harassment?

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What does training do?

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What does a training include?

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The change I want to see is an...environment where everyone, regardless of gender or background, feels welcome and safe; where sexual harassment or discrimination will not impede great talent from producing great impact.
— Christine Tsai, CEO and Co-Founder, 500 Startups

Corporate Training

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Non-profit Training

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