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The following California sexual harassment training conditions are all covered:
- The definition of sexual harassment under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1954 (chapter 1)
- The types of conduct that can be sexual harassment (chapter 4)
- Strategies on how to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace (most chapters)
- Practical examples of harassment (most chapters)
- Resources for victims of sexual harassment, including to whom they should report it (chapter 12)
- What to do if a supervisor is personally accused of harassment (chapter 16)
- “Abusive conduct” under Government Code section 12950.1, subdivision (g)(2). (chapter 10)
- The statutes and case law prohibiting and preventing sexual harassment (most chapters)
- The remedies available for victims of sexual harassment (chapter 12)
- Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment (chapter 18)
- The limited confidentiality of the complaint process (chapter 18)
- How employers must correct harassing behavior (chapter 21)
- The elements of an effective anti-harassment policy and how to use it (most chapters)
- Discussion of harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. (chapter 8)
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Your California employees and supervisors will learn to be more aware of discrimination, protected categories, bias in the workplace, and the impacts of discriminatory behavior as well as gain essential skills for creating a harassment-free workplace. Here are some of the topics covered in our course:
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What Businesses Should Know About California Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
California is at the forefront of addressing sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The State wants to properly educate companies and employees about what constitutes sexual harassment in California. It recently enacted a new law, SB 1343, which expands sexual-harassment prevention training requirements and affects many more organizations.
How long should training last?
Supervisor training must last at least 2 hours and non-supervisory employees must be trained for at least 1 hour. We offer the training in English, Spanish and 100 other languages.
When must employees get trained?
Nonsupervisory employees and supervisory employees need to be trained within six months of hire. In addition, organizations must train individuals within six months of their promotion to supervisory positions. Furthermore, all employees must be trained once every two years. All organizations must be ready for the January 1st, 2024 California training deadline.
Who needs to take the training?
The State of California requires organizations with five or more employees to train their entire workforce. Importantly, the training requirement applies to temporary and seasonal employees, who must complete sexual harassment training within 30 calendar days or 100 hours, if they will work less than six months.