Carnegie Mellon University

Preventing Workplace Harassment

Carnegie Mellon is committed to providing a respectful and motivating environment, free from discrimination and harassment. Our online Preventing Workplace Harassment course will help you understand:

  • what constitutes harassment
  • how to avoid engaging in behavior that could be considered harassing
  • what to do if you witness or experience harassment

New employees are expected to complete the course within your first 30 days at Carnegie Mellon. The course will take approximately two hours to complete. You will receive an instructional email when you have been registered to take the online course. It can take up to five days once onboarding is complete in Workday for a new employee to have access to the FocusU learning management system. If you do not receive the instructional email, or you have issues accessing the training, contact the Learning and Development team

Questions or concerns regarding the university’s Sexual Misconduct Policy (Interim) should be directed to the Office for Institutional Equity and Title IX. In addition, there are several individuals at the university to whom concerns regarding sexual harassment may be submitted. See Reporting Resources for a complete list with contact information.