An Everyday Feminism CLE Webinar

Sexual Harassment at Work in the Era of #MeToo

Learn Practical, Feminist Tools to Recognize, Prevent and End Harassment Once and For All

2.0 CLE Credits for Recognition and Elimination of Bias

How To Shift Focus from Compliance to Actually Changing Culture and Values

In this era of #Metoo, #TimesUp and increasing national attention to issues of workplace sexual harassment, we all have a role to play in recognizing, preventing and ending employment-based harassment.

But let’s be honest, how effective are most trainings in actually reducing or eliminating sexual harassment?

Many of us have attended at least one really bad sexual harassment training. There’s the one that required viewing offensive images or videos before even starting to discuss the topic, or the one that advised getting really close to the line without crossing it, or the one that said “we can’t mandate civility.”

This training will be different. Starting from the bedrock principle that we all benefit from workplaces free from harassment, this webinar helps support meaningful long-term change by aiming to address and change culture and values at your organization.

This engaging and practical interactive training, which also meets California harassment training requirements (AB 1825), will explain:

  • What’s the scope of the workplace harassment problem?
  • Why should we care about stopping workplace harassment?
  • What can an employer do immediately to ensure their workplace harassment policies and procedures are effective?
  • What can employees do to protect themselves and their colleagues and assert their rights?

This training recognizes the diversity of our workplaces and discusses harassment on bases other than sex, including race, national origin, disability, gender identity, and sexual orientation as well as intersectional harassment.

At this moment in time, we have a chance to create the kind of workplaces we all wish for. Let’s seize this much needed moment and get to work!

This CLE Webinar At-A-Glance

  • Length: 2 hours
  • CLE Credits: 2.0 credits (approval pending)
  • Classification: Participatory
  • Subfield: Recognition and Elimination of Bias
  • States: California only
  • This webinar is also AB 1825 Compliant

Webinar will be available starting on November 21st, 2018


per participant

2.0 CLE credits for Recognition and Elimination of Bias (approval pending)

Want to Buy a Bundle of CLE Classes?

For just $275 per participant, get all three of our CLE offerings:

  • Sexual Harassment at Work in the Era of #MeToo (2.0 credits)
  • Beyond Diversity: How to Build a Truly Anti-Racist Organization (2.0 credits)
  • Building a Trans/Non-Binary Inclusive Workplace (1.5 credits)

Purchasing for a group?

If you will be purchasing for two or more people, you are eligible for 5% off each additional seat, with a maximum of 25% off. If you're buying as a non-profit organization, the discount is increased to 10% each additional seat to a maximum of 40% off.

Contact us via the form below to arrange for the group discount.


Elizabeth Kristen
Director, Gender Equity & LGBT Rights Program at Legal Aid at Work

As a legal aid lawyer who has represented workers in employment harassment cases for more than 15 years, Elizabeth Kristen has practical knowledge about how harassment shows up at work, and what to do about it.  Elizabeth has written an academic article for Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law called “Workplace Violence and Harassment of Low-Wage Workers,” as well as practical online content on the topic of what to do “If You are Sexually Harassed at Work,”. Her non-profit organization produces practice fact sheets and toolkits on a variety of employment issues. Elizabeth is a recognized leader in her field. She was named California Lawyer of the Year and a Northern California SuperLawyer. She is a 2001 graduate of Berkeley Law School and has been at Legal Aid at Work since 2002.    


per participant

2.0 CLE credits for Recognition and Elimination of Bias (approval pending)

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per participant

2.0 CLE credits for Recognition and Elimination of Bias (approval pending)

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