IMPORTANT INFORMATION

If your business has NOT undertaken accredited, preventative sexual harassment training, then under the new Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023, should an incident occur, it is YOU, not the employee, who is now liable. Non-completion of training could seriously affect your employers’ liability insurance, so comply before it’s TOO LATE!

Accredited Awareness Training

All of our preventative training courses are CPD accredited, delivered by distinctive experienced experts and designed to go above and beyond an employer’s mandatory duty. Our courses don’t just ‘tick a box’, they deliver a deep-dive experience that ensures all employers and employees are fully aware and educated on all matters relating to sexual harassment within the workplace.

E-Learning (coming soon)

E-Learning (coming soon)

Our online preventative sexual harassment training courses can be completed at your own pace within a 30-day period, with CPD certification issued upon the successful completion of the course. Courses include Basic, Intermediate, and Enhanced training courses, Consent Awareness Training, Conducting Workplace Investigations, Bespoke Training and Refresher Courses.

Face-to-Face

Face-to-Face

Preventative training is delivered in-house, either at your premises or another training venue throughout England and Wales. Preventative training courses include a Three-Hour Basic, a Four-Hour Enhanced, and a Two-Hour Active Bystander Intervention course, Consent Training, a One-Hour Presentation, One-to-One, Conducting Workplace Investigations Full Course, Bespoke Training and Refresher Courses.

Webinar (coming soon)

Webinar (coming soon)

Preventative training courses are delivered by one of our distinctive, experienced experts via a live webinar. Courses include Basic, Intermediate and Enhanced, Active Bystander Intervention Courses, Consent Training, One-to-One, One-Hour Presentation, Conducting Workplace Investigations, Bespoke Training and Refresher Courses.

Additional Services

Specialist Consultancy

Specialist Consultancy

We understand the complex interplay of guidance and policy on sexual harassment issues which can affect every organisation and institution. We find pragmatic solutions for organisations that are faced with these difficult constraints and pressures within a changing policy landscape, providing cost-effective, innovative and bespoke solutions.

Investigatory Services

Investigatory Services

Sexual harassment occurs in many forms and settings. All genders are at risk of sexual harassment and are protected under the new legislation against unwanted conduct of a “sexual nature”. We investigate them all. Our experienced team have investigated cases for over 30 years, involving sexual assault and harassment, stalking, workplace violence, internet predators, unlawful surveillance and child pornography. Each case is handled with the utmost care and confidentiality.

Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Our distinctive and experienced team of expert motivational speakers, keynote speakers, conference and after-dinner speakers will inspire your delegates and offer expert insights into all areas of sexual harassment, sexual offences and sexual misconduct in the workplace, through thought-provoking presentations focusing on this often misunderstood subject.

About Us

stopsexualmisconduct.co.uk has been established because we are committed to creating and promoting a positive ethos and culture within the workplace. We have the expertise and specialist knowledge to maximise your ability to successfully achieve this ambition.

As a unique consultancy firm, we specialise in stopping and preventing sexual misconduct, sexual harassment and sexual assault – all of which are notoriously complex matters. Our distinctive, experienced experts are employed full-time and include former sex crimes prosecutors, expert legal advisors and former senior specialist-trained police officers. With over 90 years of combined experience in the field of dealing with sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and all forms of sexual offences, our experienced experts have vast knowledge of all areas of sexual misconduct in the workplace.

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New legal liabilities for employers to prevent sexual harassment within the workplace.

Why Choose Us?

Our USP’s

  • As a leading authority, policymakers, businesses, and public bodies turn to us for guidance as the UK’s only company dedicated solely to the notoriously complex subject of eradicating sexual harassment within the workplace.
  • We solely provide preventative sexual harassment training, so we are 100% focused on this subject alone.
  • We offer bespoke e-learning courses for all industries, businesses, organisations, academic and medical institutions (not off the shelf).
  • We offer face-to-face training in your workplace for a more comfortable experience.
  • We tailor our training to match the requirements of your organisation’s size and industry.
  • We offer full, ongoing support from a friendly, experienced and knowledgeable team.
  • We appear on the consultation panel for the EHRC.

Your Benefits

  • Ensure that your business complies with relevant legislation and regulations.
  • Reduce your business risk from potential incidents and avoid reputational costs.
  • Prevent your business from any legal ramifications resulting from an incident.
  • Demonstrate the values and ethics of your organisation.
  • Access best-in-class certified preventative training programs that raise awareness among managers and equip them with the knowledge to recognise and address potential issues early on.
  • Promote a safer working environment for all employees, reduce staff absenteeism and turnover and foster a culture of trust and respect.
  • Create an environment where speaking up about sexual misconduct is encouraged leading to increased staff engagement and morale.
  • Receive assistance in dealing with sexual misconduct issues quickly and effectively.

Articles

These articles will help you to learn more about what constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace, its effects on your workforce and the ramifications of an incident for your business.
Silencing Sexual Harassment: The Power of the Worker Protection Act 2023

Silencing Sexual Harassment: The Power of the Worker Protection Act 2023

The enactment of the Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023 in Great Britain marks a pivotal advancement in tackling workplace sexual harassment and safeguarding workers’ rights. This…

Wall of Shame

Wall of Shame

In the harsh light of accountability, a “wall of shame” emerges, exposing companies and individuals who have flouted the law and neglected their duty to protect employees from the scourge of sexual harassment…

What are the elements of sexual misconduct?

What are the elements of sexual misconduct?

Below we are going to fully outline the elements of sexual misconduct. Element One: The conduct is “Because of Sex.” Actionable sexual harassment requires that the complained of conduct must be…

Sexual misconduct allegations and unfair dismissal.

Sexual misconduct allegations and unfair dismissal.

Dealing with allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace is always challenging for employers.  Employers are naturally anxious to ensure that complainants are treated sensitively… A case arose…

How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace.

How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace.

The information below is to help those understand their workplace obligations and how to comply with them. Everyone should have regard to it when exercising their workplace functions. The purpose of…

Sexual Harassment vs Sexual Assault. What Are The Differences?

Sexual Harassment vs Sexual Assault. What Are The Differences?

There are differences when considering sexual harassment vs sexual assault and the charges that may follow in England and Wales. Sexual misconduct is an umbrella term used to refer to many different problematic…

Protect your business and employees from sexual harassment within the workplace.

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