2021 Anti-Harassment Training Launched Online, Must Be Taken by Nov. 30
As part of its continued commitment to achieving a harassment-free work environment, NIH recently launched 2021 anti-harassment training. The goals are to educate individuals in the workplace to prevent harassment; raise awareness of what constitutes harassment and the consequences of harassing behavior; and stamp out instances where harassing behavior may exist.
The online training is mandatory and replaces the No FEAR and Prevention of Sexual Harassment training.
All NIH federal employees, trainees, fellows and contractors are required to take the training annually. The 2021 training must be completed by Nov. 30. New hires must complete it within 90 days of onboarding. Failure to comply with the training will result in disablement of a person’s active directory accounts until the requirement is met. If your active directory account is disabled, you will be unable to sign into your computer or access emails.
To learn more about EEO mandatory training, visit the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion website at https://www.edi.nih.gov/training/mandatory-training.