Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for California Managers and Supervisors overview:
An important client makes a lewd comment in a meeting with your team. Everyone laughs uncomfortably and says nothing. Later, a woman on your team comes to your office upset by the remarks. As the manager, what should you have done?
Sexual harassment creeps into our workplaces. At the very least, it makes workers uncomfortable and takes the focus off of business. Then consider that three out of four employees who are harassed at work don’t even speak up out of fear of retaliation.
California sexual harassment claims number in the thousands, with annual settlements in the millions of dollars. And a formal written policy is not enough to keep you out of hot water. Training managers on sexual harassment prevention is mandatory in California and must be repeated every two years to stay compliant.
Register now for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for California Managers and Supervisors
, a two-hour Webinar that will help you guide behavior, steer clear of “abusive conduct,” detect warning signs and know the steps in reporting and responding to a complaint. From recognizing behavior that crosses the line to knowing an employer’s obligations to investigate complaints, you can train your entire management team in one convenient online event—and only pay for one Webinar connection. Check it out today!
A few of the hard-hitting topics covered:*
- Find out what behaviors constitute unlawful sexual harassment, discrimination or retaliation under California’s AB1825, federal legislation and the courts
- Learn the personal liability and reporting obligation of supervisors
- Understand what abusive conduct is, how managers and supervisors may be the greatest offenders and how to address and prevent it
- Learn how the EEOC now applies Title VII protection on the basis of sex and sexual harassment protections to LGBT-related cases
- Recognize and understand how sexual harassment harms the victim, the harasser and the organization
- Assess and reduce the risk factors for quid pro quo and hostile work environment sexual harassment
- Differentiate between sexual harassment and behavior that’s simply in poor taste—and know how to respond to both
- How to safely and legally investigate complaints without violating employee privacy rights
- Identify retaliation and how to avoid it
*This special Webinar is a two-hour presentation.
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