The two-hour training covers:

  • State and federal law
  • Detailed explanation of what harassment is and is not
  • What triggers management’s duty to investigate
  • Protocols for preventing and reporting harassment
  • The increasingly important role of bystanders
  • Preventing retaliation
  • Best practices for sexual harassment workplace policies
  • Breakout groups for discussion of both actual and hypothetical case studies.
To end the pervasive culture of sexual harassment, it can no longer be the norm that men look the other way. It only ends when men actively participate in ending it.
— J.B. Pritzker, Pritzker Group heir to Wyatt Hotel chain