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California Workplace Harassment Prevention Information

Workplace Harassment Prevention Training

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This training is designed to set forth a common understanding about what is and what is not acceptable in our workplace. This training will help you better understand what is considered workplace harassment. It will also show you how to report harassment in your workplace, as well as your options for reporting workplace workplace harassment to external state and federal agencies that enforce anti-discrimination laws.

Workplace harassment prevention training is an amazing asset for employers, providing a safe and respectful work environment for all employees.In a number of states, courts have ruled that, if the employer took steps to train their staff/employees about workplace harassment prevention, the training would be viewed favorably for the employer in any claims made against another employee, a customer, and/or the business as a whole. So, actions that you take as an employer to train staff and prevent any misconduct will only help your case, should one arise.
Our system provides online access to electronic record of all your employees' training!

Workplace Harassment Prevention Course Includes:

  • Preventing workplace harassment in the workplace
  • What is workplace harassment?
  • Unwelcome conduct
  • Where can workplace harassment occur?
  • Bystander intervention
  • Promoting active bystander culture
  • How to intervene
  • Protected activities
  • Supervisor's responsibility
  • Mandatory reporting
  • Reporting workplace harassment
  • Requirements for a harassment prevention policy
  • Legal protections
  • Workplace harassment case studies
  • Flashcard review
  • Student acknowledgement statement
  • Proof of training
  • Course evaluation
  • Certificate of completion
  • Customizable documents: policy templates

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  • Courses can be distributed to employees immediately
  • Archive | Download | Print employee certificates
  • Tokens do not expire
  • First purchase minimum is $19
  • Courses cannot be resold

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Effective January 1, 2021, California employers with five or more employees must provide sexual harassment training to all supervisory and nonsupervisory employees.

Employers' obligations to supervisory employees are as follows:
  • Employers must provide at least two hours of training to all supervisory employees in California.
  • Employers must provide new supervisory employees training within 6 months of the assumption of a supervisory position.

Employers' obligations to nonsupervisory employees are as follows:
  • Employers must provide at least one hour of training to all nonsupervisory employees in California.
  • Employers must provide new nonsupervisory employees training within 6 months of hire.

Seasonal, temporary, or other employees who are hired to work for less than six months must receive training within 30 calendar days after the hire date, or within 100 hours worked, whichever occurs first.

Jessie Daw, Ph.D, has taught in higher education for 15+ years, including areas of Research & Design and Tests & Measurements. She also has experience in online course development, with one course earning university recognition and consideration for the South Dakota Board of Regents Excellence Award in E-Learning (EDER 751, Interpretation of Educational Research, 2006).