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Sexual Harassment Prevention for California Supervisors Training Outline "AB 1825 Training" including prevention of abusive conduct/bullying (Spanish & English)


Sexual harassment prevention training is needed because of the negative impact that sexual harassment can have on both employer and employee in the workplace. In addition to the time and expense of a potential human rights complaint, discrimination and harassment can impact the workplace in a negative manner by causing: lower employee morale, increased absenteeism, lower productivity, decreased commitment to the employer, and decreased motivation.

This training is specifically designed to meet the training requirements of California AB 1825, specifically: 2+ hours long, interactive, customizable with company policy, and allows interaction with the training administrator. The training also provides a wide variety of scenarios that give trainees a strong understanding of the many ways harassment in the workplace can occur. Optional audio adds reinforcement of the training concepts.

This training includes content required by AB 2053 which amends AB 1825 to include prevention of abusive conduct/bullying as part of the required sexual harassment training of California supervisors.

The goal of this course is to educate supervisors about the important part they play in preventing sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation, and to teach them what sexual harassment is and what they can do to stop it. This course also covers protected classes under California's FEHA and Federal Laws. As with other HR Classroom trainings, employers can fully document trainee activity. Your organization's own policy can also be inserted directly into each training.

Course Content Includes:
  • Introduction
  • Pretest
  • Costs of sexual harassment
  • Liability for actions of supervisors
  • Definition of sexual harassment
  • California law governing sexual harassment
  • Protected classes under California's FEHA
  • Protected classes under Federal Law
  • Two types of sexual harassment
  • Questions and answers about sexual harassment
  • Prevention of abusive conduct and bullying
  • Civility in the workplace
  • Respecting others
  • Internet and email use
  • Preventing sexual harassment
  • Reporting sexual harassment
  • Your employer's reaction to a report of sexual harassment
  • Your employer's policy on sexual harassment
  • Quizzes and a final review quiz

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