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Sexual Harassment Training Seminars in Wyoming

[ CHEYENNE , CASPER & LARAMIE ]

Sexual harassment remains a critical issue that impacts workplaces across Wyoming. While progress has been made over the years, there is still more we must do to promote safe, ethical work environments where all employees feel valued and respected. Implementing regular sexual harassment training is one important step all Wyoming employers should take.

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What Exactly Constitutes Sexual Harassment?

It covers a wide range of unacceptable behaviors of a sexual nature that make employees uncomfortable. This includes sexual comments and jokes, inappropriate touching, requests for sexual favors, displaying graphic materials, and more severe cases like threats, assault, and promising job benefits in exchange for sexual acts. Harassment can occur between coworkers of any gender, not just male bosses and female employees.

Laws in this state declare sexual harassment illegal, but many employees still experience it. Nationwide research over the years reveals it remains widespread across industries from restaurants to offices to factories and more. Right here in Wyoming, we have our share of issues.

Many victims are reluctant to report for fear of retaliation, skepticism, damage to their careers or relationships with coworkers. Others feel ashamed to speak up. This allows inappropriate behaviors to continue unchecked in some workplaces.

Quality Harassment Training

It also covers specifics of Wyoming laws, penalties for violations, and company procedures for handling complaints. It often uses real-world examples and scenarios to help employees recognize harassment when it happens and reinforce that it is unacceptable. Some employers bring in experts to lead intensive seminars; others provide online courses and testing.

Training should be repeated periodically, not just done once, to keep the message fresh. Appropriate training leaves no room for excuses or ambiguity about sexual harassment being illegal and opposed to company values.

Build Safe Workplace

The bottom line is that no one in Wyoming should feel anxious about harassment or retaliation when they show up to work each day. Employers throughout our state have an ethical duty to establish safe, professional work environments. Taking a proactive approach with regular sexual harassment training is one way to help prevent major issues down the road – and that benefits all of us.

The more we openly discuss these topics, establish clear standards of behavior, and promote respect in the workplace, the closer we get to eliminating the problem. But it has to start with acknowledging sexual harassment training as an ongoing necessity.

Wyoming cities providing onsite Sexual harassment training seminars:

Cheyenne: Hilton Hotel
423 W Fox Farm Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82007

Casper: Hilton Hotel
1150 N Poplar St, Casper, WY 82601

Laramie: Hilton Hotel
2229 Grand Ave, Laramie, WY 82070