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Employers have a legal obligation to prevent sexual harassment and all forms of discriminatory harassment.
Recent Supreme Court decisions, EEOC Guidelines, and many state laws such as California’s AB 1825 with California: Government Code 12950.1 update, CA FEHA Harassment Training Requirements, Connecticut General Statute Section 46a-54-204 and Maine Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807, and the new CA AB 2053 on “abusive conduct” law make it clear that employers need to go beyond simply having an anti-harassment policy. Employers need to ensure that management and supervisor sexual harassment training is provided.
Employers will also want to provide training to ensure every employee understands the organization's harassment policy.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training Video:
Learn how to prevent workplace harassment and build a defensible position against harassment claims.
New developments in sexual harassment laws have placed increasing pressure on employers to take proactive approaches to ensure the workplace is free of harassment. Supreme Court decisions (such as Faragher v. City of Boca Raton) make it clear that training to prevent sexual harassment and how to take appropriate measures to protect victims of harassment is expected in the workplace. In order for an employer to have a defensible position if a harassment claim is filed, the employer must be able to demonstrate that employees have been trained and know exactly what sexual harassment is and what to do about harassment if they see it happening to them or anyone else.
Managers and supervisors must be aware of management's responsibility to control sexual harassment and other forms of discriminatory workplace harassment. Not only do managers need to know how to prevent workplace harassment, they must also know what to if they see harassment occur and what steps to take if harassment claims are made.
Our Sexual Harassment Training is tailored to your organization's harassment policy and state laws.
Our Instructor-Led and Online courses are customized to your organization's policy and meet the specific sexual harassment training requirements that apply to your company. These training requirements may include:
California AB 1825
California AB 2053
California Department of Fair Employment and Housing
Connecticut General Statute Section 46a-54-204
Maine Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807
Plus, all other state training requirements, and
EEOC Sexual Harassment Training Guidelines
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