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No one should have to put up with sexual harassment or any type of harassment in the workplace. Unfortunately, this type of behavior is all too common, and it can have serious consequences for employees. Harassment can lead to a loss of productivity, lower morale, and even job termination. In some cases, it can also lead to a hostile work environment. That’s why it’s important for your team to be aware of what constitutes harassment and what to do if they experience or witness it. Your workers should also be familiar with your organization’s anti-harassment policy. The best way to ensure that your team is protected from workplace harassment is to provide them with regular harassment training. This training should be interactive and cover a variety of topics, such as what constitutes harassment, how to report it, and the consequences of harassing behavior. It’s also important to emphasize that harassment is not just limited to sexual harassment – it can include any type of behavior that makes an employee feel uncomfortable or degraded. That’s why we’ve put together this interactive workplace harassment quiz. It’s designed to help your team learn about the different types of harassment, how to identify them, and what to do if they experience or witness them.

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Why take a workplace harassment training quiz

According to a study by the Society for Human Resource Management, almost half of all employees in the United States have experienced some form of workplace harassment. This can range from anything as simple as being the victim of a rude joke to being sexually assaulted. The effects of workplace harassment are serious and can include anything from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to long-term depression. It's important that your team is aware of what constitutes as workplace harassment and what to do if they experience or witness it. With this quiz, you can identify what parts of your organization’s workplace harassment policy your team members can’t recall and close these knowledge gaps so your team can remain safe and confident. This knowledge is critical for protecting the health and safety of your team, as it teaches them how to identify and report workplace harassment, and understand the available resources if they experience or witness it. By having a quiz specifically on workplace harassment, you are helping your team members become more alert and vigilant to any potential harassing behavior, and know how to react if it does occur. With this reinforcement in place, you can ensure that your team feels safe and supported at work, and is better equipped to handle any harassing incidents that may occur. Not only can reinforcing this essential training save lives, it also helps ensure that your organization is compliant with government regulations. With regular workplace harassment quizzes, your team will be more confident with any workplace harassment incident or emergency. Plus, you’ll also get access to your team’s results ​​so you can understand individual workers’ knowledge gaps, as well as overall performance once the quiz is complete. For teams that require more regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the workplace harassment quiz to your teams in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a

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Example questions from our workplace harassment training quiz

Question 1

Sexual harassment is an unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favours or other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, which, a reasonable person would anticipate that the recipient would feel offended, humiliated or intimidated.

Question 3

A workplace participant received sexually explicit emails from his co-worker that he found offensive. When asked about it, the co-worker said he sent them as a joke.

Question 5

At an end of year work function a workplace participant asks his co-worker whether she has 'had any action lately' and if 'she has any photographs of herself naked.'

Question 2

## What percentage of people who witnessed or heard about sexual harassment took some form of action?

Question 4

What percentage of people who experienced sexual harassment made a report?

Question 6

After making a complaint about sexual harassment by a co-worker a workplace participant was ostracised by the team and resigned from his position.

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