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In the state of California, AB1825 mandates two hours of sexual harassment training every two years for all supervisors. The four videos in this package provide the basic training required to educate managers on preventing sexual harassment. Managers and supervisors must complete all four parts of this training series to comply with the law.

Part one of this four-part course provides a vital component of the mandated sexual harassment training program all employers in California are required by law to provide. Teaching learners the two different types of sexual harassment, Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment harassment, this course prepares California managers and supervisors to recognize and prevent sexual harassment behaviors and actions in themselves and those they manage. This part also explains the DFEH complaint process and procedures.

Part two of this four-part course further enables California managers and supervisors to avoid sexual harassment behaviors and sexually discriminatory decisions by learning to acquire a job related focus as the basis for every decision and action. As this course shows, when supervisors learn to base every decision exclusively on job-specific factors, they successfully avoid discriminatory behavior and protect the company from potential lawsuits. By presenting various scenarios in which discrimination typically can surface, this course illustrates how managers unwittingly display behavior or conduct that can be discriminatory in the eyes of employees and the law.

Supervisors have the dual responsibility of avoiding harassing behavior themselves while watching for it in the employees they manage. This video training explores sexual harassment prevention for managers in California and is part three of a four-part series. Viewers learn about the protected groups under federal law and those specific to California. Examples are shown of illegal retaliation by employers. This part also covers LGBT rights under California law, SB396. Sexual harassment is illegal and can be costly to employers.

An estimated 20% of men and 50% of woman have experienced sexual harassment at work. The state of California has specific laws beyond federal laws to prevent sexual harassment. Part four of a four-pat series explains abusive conduct and workplace bullying. Examples are shown of different kinds of abusive conduct. This training educates managers on what they need to know to protect themselves and their employees from charges of workplace harassment. It's every manager's responsibility to create a safe, comfortable environment for all employees; a workplace free of harassment and fear and full of respect.

Managers and supervisors must complete all four parts of this training series to comply with the law.

In the state of California, AB1825 mandates two hours of sexual harassment training every two years for all supervisors. The four videos in this package provide the basic training required to educate managers on preventing sexual harassment. Managers and supervisors must complete all four parts of this training series to comply with the law.

Part one of this four-part course provides a vital component of the mandated sexual harassment training program all employers in California are required by law to provide. Teaching learners the two different types of sexual harassment, Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment harassment, this course prepares California managers and supervisors to recognize and prevent sexual harassment behaviors and actions in themselves and those they manage. This part also explains the DFEH complaint process and procedures.

Part two of this four-part course further enables California managers and supervisors to avoid sexual harassment behaviors and sexually discriminatory decisions by learning to acquire a job related focus as the basis for every decision and action. As this course shows, when supervisors learn to base every decision exclusively on job-specific factors, they successfully avoid discriminatory behavior and protect the company from potential lawsuits. By presenting various scenarios in which discrimination typically can surface, this course illustrates how managers unwittingly display behavior or conduct that can be discriminatory in the eyes of employees and the law.

Supervisors have the dual responsibility of avoiding harassing behavior themselves while watching for it in the employees they manage. This video training explores sexual harassment prevention for managers in California and is part three of a four-part series. Viewers learn about the protected groups under federal law and those specific to California. Examples are shown of illegal retaliation by employers. This part also covers LGBT rights under California law, SB396. Sexual harassment is illegal and can be costly to employers.

An estimated 20% of men and 50% of woman have experienced sexual harassment at work. The state of California has specific laws beyond federal laws to prevent sexual harassment. Part four of a four-pat series explains abusive conduct and workplace bullying. Examples are shown of different kinds of abusive conduct. This training educates managers on what they need to know to protect themselves and their employees from charges of workplace harassment. It's every manager's responsibility to create a safe, comfortable environment for all employees; a workplace free of harassment and fear and full of respect.

Managers and supervisors must complete all four parts of this training series to comply with the law.

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