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Illinois Sexual Harassment Restaurant/Bar/Hotel Employee

Illinois Sexual Harassment Restaurant/Bar/Hotel Employee
Certificate Valid For:  1 year
Available Languages:  English, Spanish
Completion Time:  1 hour

Course Overview

TAP Series is the leader in online compliance training. We understand you’re busy, so we want to make things easy. After you select your state,simply indicate the quantity of each course you require. Then proceed to checkout effortlessly. In just 3 minutes, you're on your way to being compliant!

Purchasing Sexual Harassment training for your employees has never been easier! If you are purchasing for a company this account will give you the ability to:

  • Purchase more training rights when needed
  • Enroll employees into the training
  • Enroll employees and supervisors in English or Spanish
  • Manage the training
  • Keep an electronic record of those who are trained
  • Printout certificates your employees have earned
  • In the future, the system will send you notices when employees are due to re-certify.
    You will also be offered a tutorial that will guide you with the use of your new account.

TAP Series' Illinois Employee Sexual Harassment online course is quick, simple and low cost. No need to gather a group or go to a classroom. The self-study training allows you to train on your schedule from home, office or on a cell phone. TAP Series' course meets state regulations. In one hour your employee has a valid certificate.


Topics Covered

TAP Series' Illinois Employee Sexual Harassment Training teaches important sexual harassment laws, the legal definitions of harassment, and how to recognize and report sexual harassment. The student confirms his or her understanding of inappropriate workplace behavior and sexual harassment through numerous interactive activities.

Learning Outcomes:

  • The definition of Sexual Harassment
  • Federal Law
  • State Laws
  • Why Sexual Harassment is illegal
  • Identifying Sexual Harassment
  • Examples of Sexual Harassment
  • Internal Complaint Process
  • Quizzes & final test

What You'll Learn

Identification of prohibited behaviors and their legal implications.
Implementation strategies to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Provision of support services for victims of sexual harassment.
Explanation of the repercussions associated with workplace misconduct.

Legal Expertise:
Reviewed by John Wallace, Esquire, a seasoned professional with over 38 years of broad trial and appellate experience. A distinguished member of the Law Review

Regulatory Information

Contact Information for Illinois Department of Human Rights


Call the State of Illinois Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Helpline at 877-236-7703 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

TTY users call the Helpline via 711.

By Office:

Chicago Office:
100 West Randolph Street
10th Floor
Intake Unit
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: (312) 814-6200
TTY: (866) 740-3953
Fax (Administration): (312) 814-1436
Fax (Charge Processing): (312) 814-6251

Springfield Office:
535 West Jefferson Street
1st Floor
Intake Unit
Springfield, IL 62702
Phone: (217) 785-5100
TTY: (866) 740-3953
Fax: (217) 785-5106


File a Complaint Online

Reporting (in the Private or Public Sector):

You can report the instance of sexual harassment or discrimination and file a complaint with governmental entities. Where a person can report will depend on where the harassment or discrimination occurred.

Contact a Human Resources Department, Manager, or Supervisor. Many employers and agencies have specific policies and processes in place to complain about and report sexual harassment and discriminatory treatment.

Further contact information can be found at Reporting Information.