This online class focuses on preventing unlawful harassment in
the workplace. Learn how to identify potentially harassing
situations and what you can do if you feel threatened.
Running Time: 120 minutes
The University at Buffalo is committed to ensuring that our
faculty and staff can work in an environment that is free from
unlawful harassment. To further this commitment, the University's
Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) has implemented an
online unlawful harassment education and prevention program
designed for employees, including medical residents and student
employees, affiliated with the University at Buffalo.
Deans, department heads, managers and supervisors are
strongly recommended to mandate this program for employees, to send
an unequivocal message that unlawful harassment will not be
tolerated and to encourage those who are experiencing harassment to
report it. Mandating the training also provides employees with
information they need to ensure they comply with UB’s
Discrimination and Harassment policy. EDI can provide
completion reports to units listing the individuals who have
completed the course.
UB faculty and staff including medical residents and student