Events

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

New California employment law for 2019 - all businesses with 5 or more employees must provide all of their employees (both supervisors and non-supervisors/staff) with Sexual Harassment Prevention Training.

  • At least one-hour of training is required for all non-supervisory employees.
  • At least two-hours of training is required for all supervisors.
  • At least one-hour of training is required for all temporary or seasonal employees within 30 calendar days after the hire date or within 100 hours.
California sexual harassment training

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for (Non-Supervisory) Employees

Upcoming Dates TBD

(1.5 hours English with Spanish Translation)

Satisfies California-mandated training for employers with 5 or more employees. An interactive and practical training, examples of harassment in the workplace and ways employers can address and prevent future conduct and legal claims will be reviewed. Employees will leave with a clear and realistic understanding of the law.

This event will be in English with a Spanish Translator.

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors & Managers

Upcoming Dates TBD

(2.5-hour English)

This interactive, expert-led seminar is mandated by state law in California for employers with 5 or more employees. Supervisors in California must attend a minimum of two hours of sexual harassment prevention training. Training must take place every two years and within six months of hire and promotion. Provides practical examples of harassment in the workplace and ways employers can address and prevent future conduct and legal claims.

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for (Non-Supervisory) Employees

Upcoming Dates TBD

(1.5 hours English)

Satisfies California-mandated training for employers with 5 or more employees. An interactive and practical training, examples of harassment in the workplace and ways employers can address and prevent future conduct and legal claims will be reviewed. Employees will leave with a clear and realistic understanding of the law.

Register Now