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Change in sexual harassment awareness training module

October 18, 2013

On Nov. 1, the university will transition to a new provider for the sexual harassment awareness online module that all university employees are required to take.

All university employees are required to take a sexual harassment awareness online module.

The university’s vendor for the sexual harassment awareness training was recently purchased; the  module through the new vendor, Workplace Answers, is a stronger and more interactive session. The university will transition to the new provider on Nov. 1.

The transition means new employees cannot access the module as they once did with their CSU identification number. Once we transition to the new Workplace Answers module, an employee must be entered into the Workplace Answers system before being able to access the module. Every new employee will receive an email from Workplace Answers with a link when they have been entered into the Workplace Answers system shortly after their official start date.

In addition, current faculty and staff who have not taken the sexual harassment awareness training module during the last four years will be asked to do so via email when CSU transitions to the Workplace Answers module.

As an educational institution, we are committed to a healthy and safe environment, which is particularly dependent on the trusting relationships that develop between colleagues, instructors and students, and student peers. Sexual harassment in any form undermines this trust.

Please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity with any questions you may have.


Contact: Office of Equal Opportunity
E-mail: oeo@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-5836