Sexual harassment training has become a high priority for HR practitioners and their organizations. Recent headlines and hashtags underscore the need to replace the old model with a fresh approach that emphasizes what matters most – ensuring employees know how to make the right decisions and take the right actions if they experience or witness sexual harassment or other misconduct.
As never before, sexual harassment training is essential for educating employees on what is acceptable and unacceptable workplace behavior, and reinforcing the message that it is every individual’s responsibility to speak up and report incidents of harassment and retaliation.
Our program educates employees and supervisors on how to identify and prevent different types of harassment such as Quid Pro Quo, Hostile Work Environment as well as gain essential skills for creating a harassment-free workplace, such as bystander intervention and prevention of bullying.
Preventing Sexual Harassment in California
California Senate Bill 1343, enacted in 2018, requires that California employers with five or more employees provide sexual harassment training and education to both supervisors and non-supervisory staff by January 1, 2020. This new legislation represents a big change to past requirements, which applied to California employers with 50 or more workers, and required they only train supervisors.
Before the January 1, 2020 deadline, California organizations must provide:
Our interactive courses exceed all Federal and California requirements and ensures that organizations are up to date with California’s anti-harassment legislation and more. Available in two versions − a one-hour employee course, and a two-hour manager/supervisor course − our instructor led training covers all the required topics and guidelines under the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing regulations. (California regulations AB 1825, AB 2053, SB 396, SB 400, and SB 1343)
Don't let harassment complaints damage your company's reputation, recruiting, retention and bottom line. Training is your chance to shape the conversation about harassment, set the tone and change culture within your company and your industry.
DON'T WAIT! Prepare to train your California workforce NOW on preventing sexual harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace. SB 1343 requires that California businesses with five or more employees train all employees and supervisors before January 1, 2020.