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California 2-Hour Sexual Harassment Course for Supervisory Employees Training Course

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Comprehensive training for California supervisors covering sexual harassment prevention, diversity, retaliation laws.

120 minutes   |   SKU: ABCCAL-2    |    Language(s): EN / ES    |    Produced 2023








120 minutes

Training Objectives

Understand California sexual harassment laws and protected groups
Comprehend federal and state retaliation laws for supervisors
Analyze California court cases on harassment and discrimination
Learn EEO laws and importance of job-relatedness
Recognize forms of harassment and discrimination
Implement bystander intervention and foster inclusivity

Course Overview

In this comprehensive training program, supervisors and managers dive deep into California's AB1825, SB1343, SB396, and AB2053 legislation, ensuring they're well-versed in harassment prevention, diversity, and retaliation laws. From sexual harassment prevention to understanding harassment of protected groups and federal and state retaliation laws, the course leaves no stone unturned. It delves into landmark court cases in California, EEO laws, and nuances of harassment and discrimination, including pregnancy and religious discrimination.

With a practical approach and real-life scenarios, supervisors gain invaluable insights into their roles in fostering a respectful and inclusive workplace. They grasp the significance of bystander intervention, making job-related decisions, and complying with AB2053 on abusive conduct. The training also shines a light on SB396, championing LGBT rights and promoting diversity, tolerance, and respect.

Through engaging modules and interactive exercises, supervisors learn to identify, prevent, and address instances of harassment and discrimination effectively. By nurturing a culture of awareness, accountability, and respect, organizations mitigate legal risks, boost employee morale, and cultivate a conducive work environment for productivity and growth. This program is more than just compliance; it's about creating a workplace where every individual feels valued, respected, and empowered.

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What legislation does this training program satisfy for California supervisors?

AB1825, SB1343, SB396, and AB2053 legislation.

What topics are covered in the section "Sexual Harassment Prevention in California for Managers and Supervisors"?

Sexual harassment prevention, harassment of protected groups, and federal retaliation laws.

How does the training address the concept of bystander intervention?

The training provides strategies for bystander intervention to prevent harassment in the workplace.

Why is it important for supervisors to understand the Faragher V. Boca Raton case?

It is a landmark case that sets precedent for employer liability in cases of sexual harassment.

What does SB396 focus on, and how does it contribute to workplace diversity?

SB396 highlights LGBT rights in the California workplace and promotes diversity and tolerance.

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