In some states annual sexual harassment training for all employees is law. In that case the company has to have the training annually; however, it does not say it has to be the same training every time. I have also seen outdated videos, some with clothing, autos and decor obviously from years or decades prior. In those cases I think the aged items take focus from the training topic and put it on the visual content; not exactly what was intended. Thoughts?

Yes, there no need to use outdated videos and aged items because it brings out the intension of the training. Before the company comes up with the training program, it has to consider the learning style there no need using outdated videos (Noe, 2006).They do not brings out the objective of the training which is sexual harassment but makes it a visual content. A good objective should be performance-based and clear; the end product should be measurable or observable. Instead of using outdated videos to explain sexual harassment one should give examples of sexual harassment by using delivery styles like auditory, kinesthetic, or visual. One should also consider an ice-breaking, activities, and discussions you can incorporate to make training interactive as possible.


Noe, R. A., Hollenbeck, J. R., Gerhart, B., & Wright, P. M. (2006). Human resource management. China People’s University Press.

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