Sexual Harassment Training for California (CA)
Let’s face it, who wants to talk about Sexual Harassment. Well it’s one of those subjects that we might avoid, and we would rather not think about, but now we must. And guess what, it’s required. In the state of California (and most all states) Employers must adopt policies or provide notices to their employees regarding the companies workplace discrimination and harassment policies. As well employers are required to provide Sexual Harassment Training, as well. On an ongoing basis not doupt. That’s Right. Under the current law employers with 50 or more employees must provide at least 2 hours of classroom or other comprehensive effective interactive training/education regarding sexual harassment to ALL supervisory employees within 6 monthes of their assumption of a supervisory position and once every 2 years there after. Click on the link here Sexual Harassment in California for our pdf. Let us know if you require specifics for your state if you are located elsewhere.
Here’s what’s coming…
Employers must provide Sexual Harassment Training. Yes you heard correctly. By January 1, 2020 and once ever 2 years thereafter, employers with 5 or more employees–including temporary or seasonal employees–must provide:
- At least 2 hours of classroom or other interactive training to all supervisory employee with 6 months of their assumption of a supervisory position.
- At least 1 hour of classroom or other interactive training regarding sexual harassment to all nonsupervisory employees within 6 months of their assumption of a nonsupervisory position.
- If employees with work for the employer for less that 6 months, At least 1 hour of classroom or other interactive training to all directly hired temporary or seasonal employees within 30 days of being hired or 100 hours worked.
Now let’s talk about how to Prevent Sexual Harassment in the workplace…
So how to prevent and how to investigate sexual harassment in the workplace. We all know that sexual harassment can be very damaging, between legal costs, employee morale, and productivity. It can wipe you out financially and in many other ways. So we are here to invite you to be a guest of ours to a specific training on how to prevent Sexual Harassment in the workplace. This is going to be informative and I’m sure you’ll find it very helpful as well. Be sure to forward this invitation today to collegues and more.
With HR360’s free, attorney-developed webinar, you will learn how to prevent and investigate sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment can be very damaging to your company, between legal costs, employee morale, and productivity.
HR360’s webinar will cover how to:
• Recognize Sexual Harassment
• Establish a Sexual Harassment Policy
• Investigate Sexual Harassment Claims
• Take Corrective Actions
Sexual harassment claims can pose a serious threat to your company. Be sure to attend this webinar!