Anti-Harassment Training for Supervisors and Managers - California

SKU: RV-11443CADuration: 120 Minutes

Sexual harassment is a constant presence in America's workplaces. To prevent harassment, we need to understand it. For many people, "sexual harassment" is an emotionally-charged topic loaded with confusion and uncertainty. This interactive online course is designed to provide a comprehensive explanation of what sexual harassment is, how it can occur in the workplace, current legal positions, and how management can maintain a harassment-free workplace. Some of the topics that will be covered in this course include: behaviors that constitute sexual harassment, the different types of harassment including abusive conduct, what constitutes a hostile work environment, and how to handle complaints. If you are a manager in California this course includes specific references to California laws regarding Sexual Harassment training. This course is designed to be compliant with California standards. California has enacted a mandatory training law (SB 1343), requiring private employers of 5 or more to provide at least two hours of training to supervisory personnel on prevention of sexual harassment. This course was designed to meet the requirements of AB 1825 as well as the mandates outlined in California AB 2053 on abusive conduct and California SB 396 on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. AB 1661 legislation requires this training to be approved by local entity counsel. For questions regarding approval for your entity, please contact your local human resources representative. The course should be taught in conjunction with a review of your entity's harassment/discrimination policy. Please contact your local human resources representative if you have any questions regarding your entity's policy.

Course Details


Training Time: 120 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Identify workplace behavior that might be considered harassment
  • Explain the legal and other consequences of harassment
  • Describe your role and responsibility in creating a work environment free from harassment
  • Define your responsibility to respond effectively to complaints of harassment or retaliation
  • State what actions to take against sexual harassment
  • Describe sound policies and procedures on harassment
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