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Terms and Conditions of the TPS Group Workplace Harassment & Bystander Training Workshop

TPS Group HR Services shall provide sexual harassment training in compliance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §46a-54(15)(A); Conn. Agencies Regs. § 46a-54-200(c). The interactive, online workshop will include the following:

A description of all federal and state laws prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace with which an employer is required to comply, including the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act (CFEPA) and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act


- The definition of sexual harassment under the CFEPA

- The types of conduct that constitute sexual harassment

- A description of remedies available in sexual harassment cases

- A statement that individuals who commit sexual harassment may be liable for civil and criminal penalties

- Strategies to prevent sexual harassment; and

- Bystander Intervention methods to prevent sexual and other forms of harassment


Sexual Harassment Training is only one part of an employer’s responsibility for compliance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §46a-54(15)(A); Conn. Agencies Regs. § 46a-54-200(c). Employers must also comply with the posting and notice requirements. Participants must be in attendance for the duration of the workshop in order to receive the Certificate of Completion. Payment must be received prior to beginning of the workshop. Each employer is required under law and is responsible for providing their employees with a notice containing the employer’s sexual harassment prevention policy at the time of hiring and at every annual sexual harassment training. TPS Group HR Services is not responsible for the content or adequacy of your Sexual Harassment Policy, is not responsible for the conduct of your employees, owners, directors, officers or interns while on your premises, is not responsible for the enrollment of your existing employees or the enrollment of new employees; nor is TPS Group HR Services responsible for disseminating the content of your policy to your employees, owners, directors, officers or interns. 


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