California's Mandatory Harassment Training Law

Friday, December 18, 2015

California law requires managers and supervisors to receive two hours of training regarding the prevention of sexual harassment, other forms of unlawful harassment, and abusive or bullying conduct every two years. This training not only satisfies these requirements, but also helps ensure that your workplace is free from unlawful and inappropriate conduct. This popular training provides practical definitions of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and bullying, and, through vignettes and real-world examples, provides the tools managers need to prevent, spot, address and remedy these types of unlawful and inappropriate misconduct.

The training is delivered in an interactive and entertaining format and covers topics such as:
- The definition of unlawful harassment
- The definition of abusive conduct and bullying
- Strategies for spotting, correcting, and preventing workplace harassment and bullying
- The basics of investigating and evaluating harassment claims
- Tips for spotting and avoiding retaliation
- Understanding the company's anti-harassment policy

This training can also be customized to address particular issues faced in your workplace.