Human Resources

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Have you completed your Anti-Harassment Training?

University of San Francisco is committed to maintaining campus communities free from sexual and other unlawful harassment.  We all share in the responsibility of building and maintaining positive and productive working relationships in an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect. All full-time faculty, PHP adjunct faculty, and staff are required to complete mandatory Anti-Harassment training upon hire and every two years thereafter. For those faculty and staff who last completed training in 2017, the deadline for completing this training requirement is December 31, 2019.  Employees who are required to take training this year have received email notices reminding them to complete their training by the legal deadline.

Employees can fulfill the requirement by either completing online training, or by attending the in-person training scheduled for Dec. 10.

Register for an interactive in-person training. The following in-person sessions are scheduled:

  • Tuesday 12/10: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Lone Mountain Main Room 100. 
  • Tuesday 12/10: 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., Lone Mountain Main Room 100. 

Follow these steps to register for either session:

  • Go to myLearning
  • Choose Required Training
  • Select a workshop time, click to register  

Register for online training. The online course is approximately 2 hours in length and can be completed in one sitting or can be paused and restarted as needed.

Follow these steps to complete online training:

  • Go to myLearning
  • Choose Required Training
  • Select “Anti-Harassment Online Course” to begin
  • At the end of the course, a certificate of completion will be automatically issued

Please contact Mara Krasts (mkrasts@usfca.edu) should you have any questions regarding course fulfillment or course completion discrepancies.

Thank you for your continued commitment to creating an inclusive work and learning environment at USF!


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