Required Employee Training

All Salve Regina employees, including staff, faculty and adjunct faculty, are required to take training on preventing harassment, discrimination and sexual violence. Based on real-world scenarios from higher education, the required courses teach all employees - faculty and staff, supervisors and non-supervisors - how to identify, address and prevent sexual violence and workplace harassment issues.

"Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together" covers:

  • The different types of discrimination that can occur in the workplace, including who is and who is not protected under federal law
  • Common workplace harassment situations, including retaliation
  • When it is appropriate to report instances of workplace harassment
  • Supervisor and non-supervisor versions are available

"Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together" covers:

  • The different types of sexual and intimate partner violence, and recognizing common warning signs and troubling behaviors
  • Steps to confront and report incidents of sexual and intimate partner violence
  • Techniques for responding to student victims of sexual violence

"Avoiding Supervisory Pitfalls" (required for supervisors) covers:

  • Preventing unfair treatment of subordinates
  • Identifying actions that can lead to allegations of unfair treatment
  • Recognizing scenarios that might be construed as discriminatory
  • Useful knowledge to help recognize good supervisory practices
  • Examples of common pitfalls to avoid

To access the required employee training, log in to the EduRisk portal with your Salve Regina email address and password. If you do not know your password, use the "Forgot Password" feature. Contact Nancy Escher at (401) 341-2157 or nancy.escher@salve.edu with any questions.