Sexual harassment training now available.

Learn more about Spot’s new training.

Harassment training, surveys, and anonymous reporting in one solution

Spot is a software solution to tackle harassment and discrimination. We redesigned training for the #metoo era, added lightweight surveys to identify where the problems are, and tied in anonymous reporting so you can take action on issues early.

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What our customers say

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“Spot helps us emphasize just how important a harassment-free workplace is to us.”

Olga Oulié

People Operations Manager

Sexual harassment training, reimagined.

Traditional training models frequently result in backlash and increased bias. Spot’s training:

  • Focuses on people’s similarities rather than their differences
  • Avoids accusing particular groups of problematic behavior
  • Offers diverse, nuanced examples, not cliched, outdated ones

Gain deeper insight with lightweight surveys

Get anonymous feedback on the health of your workplace culture.

An AI bot for reporting

Spot helps employees remember and document all the details of inappropriate behavior. Employees can stay anonymous if they choose.


Anonymous follow-up questions

As a third party, Spot’s AI bot can pass follow-up questions and responses between your HR team and employees who submit reports.

Is the situation ongoing?
Is the situation ongoing?
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Streamline your process with these features

  • 24/7 bot for reporting
  • Report comments and tracking
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Unlimited reports
  • Anonymous report follow-ups
  • Educational videos
  • Employee verification
  • Ability to export all data
  • Compliance with new US state laws

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