Grovo's Micorlearning® library offers 100+ lessons to help your team meet compliance standards.
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Get started exploring these lessons covering the ethics and policy of harassment in the workplace.
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- Sexual Harassment for Employees & Managers
- Abusive Conduct
- Discrimination for Employees & Managers
- Diversity & Inclusion for Managers
- Rights and Protections for LGBTQ Employees
- Unconscious Bias
- FMLA & Balancing Work as a Parent
- HIPAA Fundamentals
- Hiring Discrimination
- Anti-Bribery & the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Business Ethics
- Data Security & Privacy
- Internet & Computer Security
- OSHA & Workplace Safety
- PCI DSS
- Terminating an Employee
- Ethics in Leadership
Is Grovo’s harassment training content compliant across all 50 states?
Yes! Our 40+ sexual harassment Microlearning® lessons together fully comply with the harassment and abusive conduct training requirements in every state that mandates or suggests workplace training, including California, Connecticut, and Maine.
All lessons in Grovo’s Sexual Harassment program were developed in partnership with Dan Obuhanych, a licensed attorney in the State of California with more than 18 years of experience in workplace law.
Does Grovo’s harassment content meet California's two-hour training requirement for supervisors?
Yes! Between our three tracks, 'Sexual Harassment for Employees,' 'Sexual Harassment for Managers,' and 'Rights & Protections for LGBTQ Employees,' Grovo content contains over two hours of harassment training, making it compliant with California’s two-hour minimum training for employees in supervisory roles. (Note that there is not a minimum training time for employees in California who are not supervisors.)
How is Grovo’s training compliant if the learner can move through lessons without proving that they read or watched all of the content?
The State of California law does not require e-learning courses to contain mechanisms that prevent the learner from moving ahead to complete the training in fewer than two hours. It specifies only that the program must take “no less than two hours to complete.”
In the case of Grovo’s training, if every video is watched to completion, every card is read fully, and every assessment is read, considered, and answered, it will require more than two hours for the learner to complete. Employees are expected to fully engage with the material and must abide by an “honor system” to complete the training in a reasonable amount of time while paying full attention to the content. There is no additional legal risk to a company whose employee moves through the training without finishing videos or absorbing the text portions.
Want to customize your compliance training?
No problem! Make any Grovo lesson or track your own by duplicating it and then using the editable “card” format of the Create tool to build bespoke compliance content for your team.