On May 20, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing DFEH posted a free one-hour training course in the prevention of sexual harassment that California employers may have non-supervisory employees take to satisfy the training mandate imposed by California law. Late last month, the agency also posted answers to frequently asked questions about sexual harassment prevention training. In , the Legislature directed the DFEH to develop and post online interactive training courses satisfying the statutory mandate. The department expects to post a two-hour training course for supervisors in the coming months, along with offering the online courses in a handful of languages besides English, including Spanish and simplified Chinese. When California first adopted the training requirement in , only employers with 50 or more employees were covered and only supervisory employees had to be trained. In recent years, the law has expanded to require training in additional topics, such as general workplace bullying and harassment based on gender expression and gender identity.
State posts free sexual harassment prevention training for non-supervisors
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Follow Jose as he walks viewers through his own personal experience with sexual harassment. After harassing a fellow employee, Jose has found himself unemployed and facing many other negative consequences as a result of his actions. Now reformed, Jose has learned his lesson and seeks to help others understand why sexual harassment is disrespectful, demeaning and even illegal. Available entirely in Spanish, this video is ideal for new employee orientations.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
The goal of the new law is to allow Americans with disabilities to lead productive lives by providing minor accommodations. Educate all of your managers and employees about the details surrounding the difficult subject of harassment. Everyone in the workplace can benefit from understanding what qualifies as harassment, and why it cannot be tolerated. Harassment Hurts: It's Personal Spanish version explores the pain and cost of harassment, covering such topics as age, race, sexual orientation, political affiliation, pregnancy, ethnicity, sexual harassment and much more. Learn more
We can customize your course with your Sexual Harassment policy and require learners to acknowledge it has been read and understood. Video-based training can be great, and ours is. However, when practical considerations allow for our interactive onsite training, it gives your team a remarkable, memorable, high-impact experience. Complies with Illinois SB75 requirements effective Jan. Quiz after each module.