One of the main reasons anti-harassment training is important is that employers have an obligation to provide a safe workplace one that is free of harassment. If an employer does not take proactive steps to ensure such an environment, that employer will find it much more difficult to defend itself in a harassment claim.
In fact, the lack of any preventive measures against harassment can be judged as negligence, in some cases. This requirement comes about as part of providing a harassment-free workplace and is the best way to combat sexual, discrimination and other harassment in the workplace.
For Human Resource Managers, Admin Managers, Employee Relations Managers, Legal Officers, Internal Auditors, Compliance Officers and other Executives responsible for employee welfare and conflict resolution.