Course Description

Permanent City employees are required to take this training within 45 days within hire and every three years after that.

Harassment in the workplace can be a form of illegal employment discrimination. This workshop is designed to provide employees with a greater understanding of the City's APM 3-5 and the legal and social implications of discrimination in the form of sexual, gender, racial or disability-based harassment in the workplace. Emphasis will be placed on increasing sensitivity to what constitutes a problem and why an immediate, constructive response is important. The discussion will also focus on exploring good management practices and policies requiring the maintenance of an environment that is free of discriminatory harassment. 

Please note:

  • Mandatory reporters (lead workers, supervisors, and managers) should not register for this training  
  • Register for Mandatory Reporter training at Click Here


Year Prioritized Employees
2021: Fire, Streets, Parks, Economic Development
2022: Metro, Engineering, Water, Traffic Engineering, Monona Terrace, Fleet, Assessor, Mayor, Clerk
2023: Police, Library, Parking Utility, IT, Attorney, Civil Rights, Human Resources, Common Council, Municipal Court
2024: Fire, Streets, Parks, CDA, Community Development, Planning, Building Inspection, Economic Development, PCED Office of Director


Please email Tracy Lomax with questions or concerns.