This training module satisfies the California AB1825 requirements for sexual harassment training. Designed for supervisors, it is appropriate for all employees. It includes how to recognize and stop harassment, the regulations regarding employee and employer rights, and tips for encouraging an atmosphere of respect in the workplace. This training includes case studies and questions to encourage a thorough understanding of the topic.
Help Prevent Discrimination and Hostile Work Environments with a Comprehensive Sexual Harassment Policy Training Course
Maintaining a workplace free of gender discrimination and harassment is paramount for organizations today because of potential legal liability and, most importantly, because it’s the right thing to do. Preventing a hostile work environment with a comprehensive Sexual Harassment Prevention training has become a common practice and can be mandated depending on the state in which your organization resides.
California has mandated comprehensive sexual harassment training through AB 1825, which requires supervisor training for organizations with 50 or more employees at least once every two years.
California’s rigorous requirements are often adopted by private and public organizations across the country as their training standard, because it can help protect the firm and its workers from costly and embarrassing litigation.
Recognize Harassment and Prevent a Hostile Work Environment
The Sexual Harassment Training course, when offered as a component of an organization’s published anti-discrimination and sexual harassment policies, helps to protect employees from harmful and unwanted sexual conduct and behavior. It helps supervisors recognize and prevent harassment and behavior that can contribute to a hostile work environment. Employers that require this training are both abiding by the law and also taking the necessary precautions to help ensure their employees are not the victim of harmful behavior.
Highlights of the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Supervisors learn what behaviors constitute sexual harassment, how to recognize and stop harassment, and encourage an atmosphere of respect. The training contains a legal review of employee rights and employer responsibilities. The training also has several case studies and appropriate real-world examples to illustrate this sensitive subject.
Develop and maintain a sexual harassment policy that promotes a discrimination-free workplace with Sexual Harassment Training from Succeed.