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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Sessions in California

These sessions will provide managers, supervisors, and regular employees with an overview of the different types of harassment in the workplace as well as explore other types of inappropriate workplace behavior.

Managers Training:

Two-hour interactive training session that meets the requirements of AB 1825 and SB 1343 (California State Law), mandating harassment prevention training for California employers with 5+ employees to include:

  • Federal and State Laws regarding harassment prevention
  • Types of conduct prohibited
  • How to prevent and correct harassment
  • Management responsibilities regarding allegations of harassment or inappropriate workplace behavior
  • Remedies available to victims
  • Retaliation - what is it, how to avoid it
  • Other inappropriate workplace behavior
  • Examples and Case Studies
  • Case Law relevant to current business environment
  • Interactive Discussion/Tools
  • Review of Company Harassment Policy
  • Abusive Conduct Training

Employee Training:

1 1/2-hour interactive training session that includes all components of the Manager Training (see above) with the exception of management responsibilities and remedies available to victims.

Upon completion of training, managers, supervisors, and staff will have a firm understanding of the following topics:

Harrassment Training
  • Company Harassment Policy
  • Legal Definitions - understand and apply the legal definition and types of harassment and discuss other areas of inappropriate workplace behavior
  • Responsibilities - understand the legal and company responsibilities when an allegation of harassment is made
  • Preventative Measures - how to deal with inappropriate workplace behavior and avoid escalation of issues
  • Environment - How to create and maintain a harassment-free environment

Note Updated Requirements

With the new California law (SB 1343) in place, businesses must complete the updated training by January 1, 2020, then repeat it every two years as before. Even temporary, seasonal, and migrant agricultural workers must participate.

Please Contact Us for more information, or if you have questions about sexual harassment training.

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