Respect and Esteem Training
The Office of Human Resources at Azusa Pacific University, in compliance with AB 1825 (sexual harassment training law codified at Cal. Lab. Code § 12950.1), and in order to provide a God-honoring working environment that encourages respect and esteem for each member of the community, requires Respect and Esteem training at least every two years (within 30 days of hire and during each official training year–2014, 2016, 2018 etc.) for ALL faculty and staff employees, including full-time, part-time, and temporary employees at all APU locations. This policy is consistent with valuing the safety and comfort of each employee and striving to create respectful, productive workplace dynamics for all offices and departments.
Please help us maintain compliance with the law and protect one another by cooperating in a timely manner with these training mandates.
How to Register for Respect and Esteem Training
To begin the online training program, register through the general access link provided by Workplace Answers. After signing in, you will be taken directly to the Respect and Esteem training. You may start and stop training as needed.
You will later receive an email from Workplace Answers with your personalized, non-transferable link. You may use the personal link or the general access link to resume the training. Human Resources will receive an automatic notification once you successfully complete the training course.
How do I know if I am due for training?
All new employees are required to take Respect and Esteem training within their first 30 days of employment. In addition, all employees must take the training at least every two years during APU's designated training years (2014, 2016, 2018 etc.). Human Resources will inform the APU community when the training period commences and when it ends.