Our eLearning courses educate employees on how to identify and report workplace sexual harassment.

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Eliminating Sexual Harassment: It’s Everyone’s Business


Why Train with Us?

Sexual harassment training for employees helps to establish a shared understanding of what is and isn’t acceptable and lawful in the workplace. Employees, managers, and supervisors all must understand what sexual harassment is and why it’s unlawful to prevent it from happening. 

At Ryley Learning we’re eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace, and we are dedicated to delivering easy-to-use, cost effective, and engaging online training tools to make that happen.

Engaging Education

Animated storytelling, interactive exercises and gamified quizzes.

Employees learn key objectives through storytelling – not endless Powerpoint slides.

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Easy To Use

Access anywhere – on smartphone, tablet, or desktop.

Flexible on-line delivery is perfect for workforces with multiple locations or shifts.

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Reporting & Employee Engagement

Track employee progress and send ‘nudges’ to increase completion rates.

Detailed reporting to satisfy legal requirements and manage progress.

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Cost Effective

Per-user pricing with volume discounts.

Avoid the cost and inconvenience of scheduling expensive in-person training.

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What is Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

Sexual harassment in the workplace is an unlawful form of discrimination. The legal definition of sexual harassment in the workplace differs depending where you live and what laws apply. Across North America, however, the behaviour and conduct that constitute sexual harassment are quite consistent across jurisdictions.

Generally, sexual harassment is defined as conduct or comments that are known (or should reasonably be known) to be unwelcome. The unwelcome comments or acts are based on a person’s sex and/or (depending on the laws of the jurisdiction) their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.Generally, more than one comment or act is required to meet the definition, although if severe enough, a single event could suffice.

What kind of conduct and comments are we talking about? What exactly constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace? The answer is not always clear, leading a person to question, “have I been sexually harassed?” Or, “is the way I just behaved considered sexual harassment?”

What Our Customers Say

“One of the great features of Ryley Learning’s e-course is that it is designed for digital and mobile. We can ensure that they are going through training at a time and place that works for them, and that works for our business.”

Susan Klunder, Associate Director, HR, FreshBooks Cloud Accounting

“The training approaches a very sensitive topic in an engaging and relevant way. Our team found the online platform to be very accessible and easy to watch. We found the training to be so beneficial that we partnered with Ryley Learning to offer sexual harassment training to our clients as a risk management strategy. Working with the Ryley Learning team has been a very positive experience.”

Shawna Kirkwood, VP of Operations, Gougeon Insurance Brokers

“The real power of Ryley Learning’s e-course on sexual harassment prevention is in the stories that it tells. Through the four episodes our employees are introduced to different characters and different points of view that help get at the nuances of these complicated workplace issues. The animated narratives are engaging and thought provoking – exactly the kind of training we want for our employees.”

John Stockwell, Senior Vice President and Chief Talent Officer, Dentsu Aegis Network

The City of Toronto is using Ryley Learning’s course, “Eliminating Sexual Harassment – It’s Everyone’s Business”, as part of its commitment to provide anti-sexual harassment training for its employees. This animated and interactive digital course instructs employees on how to identify, prevent, and report sexual harassment.

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