When was the last time your managers and supervisors received a California AB 1825 Compliant SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING?

Provided on-site or via interactive webinar

CALIFORNIA STATE LAW: AB 1825
Let us help you comply with the law and reduce your risk associated with harassment and discrimination claims.

Most people understand that it is the right of every employee to work in an environment free from harassment and discrimination. Our highly interactive training program is designed to take the questions out of harassment and discrimination and to comply with the requirements under California law. The workshop will provide information on what constitutes harassment, behaviors to avoid, recognizing victims and harassers, avoiding "accidental" harassment, how to handle a harassment or discrimination incident, and reporting harassment and discrimination to management.

Applies to:
  • California Employers & State Agencies - with 50 or more employees or independent contractors in California and elsewhere
  • Supervisory Employees - including managers, supervisors, lead persons, fore persons, etc.
Requirements:
  • Two Hours Every Two Years - for existing supervisory employees
  • Two Hours Within Six Months - for newly hired or promoted supervisory employees
  • Interactive Training By Experienced Facilitator - with knowledge and expertise in prevention of harassment, discrimination and retaliation

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
  • Define and Recognize Sexual and other Types of Harassment and Discrimination
  • Identify Federal and State Statutory Provisions
  • Implement Strategies to Prevent Harassment in the Workplace
  • Understand and Explain:
  • Types of conduct that constitutes sexual harassment
  • Remedies available for victims of sexual harassment
  • Consequences of harassment and discrimination in the workplace
  • Company’s Policy and Procedures, including employee responsibilities
  • Reporting procedures
  • Limited confidentiality of the complaint process
  • Company’s policy against retaliation
  • Supervisor’s role in preventing, handling, and investigating claims

Participant comments:

“I expected this training to be boring but Ann Marie kept us involved and I learned a lot.”

“The trainer’s examples of situations she has investigated enhanced the session tremendously.”

“Time flew by, the class was interactive and we were encouraged to ask questions.”

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