California SB1343 Anti-Harassment Training for Non-Supervisors
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Stay compliant with California's Harassment Training Requirement for staff members.
California now requires employers with five or more employees to provide at least an hour of training regarding sexual harassment to all employees every two years. The law mandates specific content and techniques for delivery of the training. This one-hour training satisfies those mandates by including training on all required subjects, including abusive conduct, and by engaging interactively with participants.
AuthorsCalvin R. House, Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP
Goals and Objectives
• Modify Workplace Behaviors That Create Liability for Sexual Harassment
• Explain Negative Effects of Abusive Conduct
What Is Sexual Harassment?
• Unwelcome Conduct Based on Gender
• Offensive to a Reasonable Woman
• Severe or Pervasive
Resources for Victims of Harassment
• Internal Complaint Process
• California Department of Fair Employment and Housing
• Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Preventing Harassment in the Workplace
• Effective Anti-Harassment Policy
• Effective Complaint Process
• Reporting by Bystanders
Other Inappropriate Workplace Behavior
• Abusive Conduct
• Harassment Based on Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Sexual Orientation
Practical Examples and Hypothetical Scenarios