We appreciate that workplace rights issues can be stressful to deal with, difficult to manage, and challenging to understand. So when someone calls to speak to our staff about a sensitive workplace issue, we are committed to providing prompt, courteous, and responsive information to help them better understand their rights and responsibilities.

When we inspect properties to ensure safety and health and disability access, we are committed to working with employing offices to help them understand the law and to provide the information necessary to address any potential violations.

Finally, we strongly believe that understanding the laws incorporated in the Congressional Accountability Act is the best way to prevent workplace conflict, and as such, we are committed to being a vital, educational resource for Congressional Members, employing offices, and legislative branch employees through our publications and training programs.

Click here to access short video segments that provide information to legislative branch employees of their workplace protections under the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act.

See the current training catalog available now: OCWR's Catalog of Course Offerings

Current online training is available here.
New users: enter email and create a password. You will receive a certificate upon completion.

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From the course catalog, select: 

To meet the requirements of S.Res. 330, Senate employees may select Recognizing and Preventing Discrimination and Harassment in the Congressional Workplace above to receive a certificate. To take the training without a certificate, start here.

Other training is also available without signing into the Learning Management System:

Recognizing and Preventing Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Preventing Disability Discrimination in the Congressional Workplace - Senate

Preventing Disability Discrimination in the Congressional Workplace - House



Please read publications about A Bystander's Role in Preventing Harassment, Family and Medical Leave and Sexual Harassment. We also have material that may be helpful to Veterans and Servicemembers.