This California sexual harassment training video for managers helps you meet the requirements of AB 1825. Used as one component of a two-hour program led by your own qualified in-house trainer, this California sexual harassment training video helps you meet the standards of California AB 1825, which requires ongoing sexual harassment training for all managers and supervisors in organizations with 50 or more employees.
This dramatic training program is designed to help you and your managers understand both the gray areas and the obvious. You'll see realistic scenes that are clearly sexual harassment, and others that are probably just a lapse in good judgment.
You'll learn proven techniques that help you respond appropriately and in compliance with the national and California sexual harassment laws; tips to keep all employees informed about your company's sexual harassment policy; and answers to questions about which behaviors are appropriate in the workplace.
Is it ever OK to hug someone at work?
Are compliments ever appropriate?
How much joking around is acceptable?
Is it illegal for employees to date?
This California sexual harassment training video looks at both forms of sexual harassment that have been defined by the courts: hostile work environment and quid pro quo. Hostile work environment harassment is ongoing behavior that interferes with a person's ability to do their job, while quid pro quo (Latin for "this for that") harassment is when a superior uses his or her power to gain sexual favors.
Experts in the field, trainer Linda Garrett and attorney Brandon Blevans, add their insights to help you distinguish what is—and what is not—sexual harassment, in various settings, including manufacturing, office, healthcare and academic environments.
Specific California sexual harassment training requirements as set forth by AB 1825 are addressed in the California Manager version of this popular program.
Guarantee: This down-to-earth California sexual harassment training video will inform your management staff about the requirements of California law AB 1825, while providing practical guidelines for preventing and responding to inappropriate behavior in your workplace.
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