Sexual Harassment Training (In Accordance with AB 1825)
(In English & Spanish)
- What is sexual harassment? California Fair Employment and Housing Commission
- Mandatory Workshops
- The Do’s and Do Not’s of Sexual Harassment.
- Supervisor’s Role and Responsibilities
- Managers Guide to Receiving Harassment Allegations
- Fact Sheet – What constitutes Sexual Harassment?
- When does an environment become sexually hostile?
- What steps to take as a supervisor?
- Responsibilities of the employee and management
- Pre and Post Test Activity
California Senate Bill 1343 explicitly covers training for employees. This law now requires employers with 5 or more employees to train all non-supervisor employees every two years. Effective January 1, 2019, California requires employers with five (5) or more employees (located anywhere) to provide not only two (2) hours of sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to supervisors (and to any out-of-state) supervisors of California employees but also at least one (1) of such training to ALL their employees in California. All must be trained in the 2019 calendar year, before January 1, 2020. The minimum count of five (5) employees covers seasonal and temporary hires, including independent contractors.
Due to the rise in sexual harassment claims across the U.S. over the past twenty years, Competitive Edge Education and Business Services is promoting Compliance Education on this important issue.
Call (626) 818-3631 for more information.
- Role Play
- What does sexual harassment look like?
- Roles and responsibility
- Compliance with AB 1825
End State Goal Activity:
- How has your knowledge of Sexual Harassment improved as a result of this workshop?