California Sexual Harassment Prevention Training For Supervisors
Based on our Preventing Harassment: A Policy Briefing for Supervisors and Employees, this class provides everything your supervisors need to meet California’s requirement for training in preventing sexual harassment.
We focus on issues of harassment, including the definition of improper conduct. We examine why certain behavior is no longer tolerable and explain how company policy applies to such behavior. Finally, we provide guidance on the responsibilities that employees and supervisors bear.
By the end of this training program, you will be able to:
List six components that define “sexual harassment.”
Recognize workplace activity that can lead to harassment complaints.
Describe two specific ways that employers can be held liable for harassment.
Define your important role in enforcing the company’s non-harassment policy.
Demonstrate the five steps a supervisor must follow when responding to a harassment complaint.
Describe the timeline for investigation of a harassment complaint.