Organizations with 50 or more employees are required to provide training every two years to all persons who supervise or manage others in the workplace. An important component of a strong sexual harassment program for organizations of any size includes supervisor training on this topic. Includes training complying with AB 2053 enacted in 2015 regarding the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace and requirements that took effect in April of 2016. Topics covered in this class include:
Education on the background of discrimination and harassment laws & the importance of prevention
Requirements for training
What does and does not constitute sexual harassment and/or hostile workplace including abusive conduct.
The role & legal responsibilities of supervisors in preventing sexual harassment
The role of a strong company policy against sexual harassment
The proper steps in responding to a harassment complaint & conducting an investigation
Remedial action for any such harassment
Identifying behavior and obligation to report behavior that may constitute unlawful harassment, discrimination and retaliation under federal and California law.
Payment in advance is required. Note: Class is cancelled if no registrations are received at least 2 weeks prior to class date. Mail a check or money order to: Safety Council, 6004 N. El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95207-4349. You may pay with cash (exact change required) during normal office hours. If seats are available, cash or money orders will be accepted at the council office only for last minute reservations during the 14 days prior until noon on the business day prior to the class date. Check the office calendar for special closure dates/times.
The council makes every effort not to cancel or overbook classes. Therefore,tuition is not refundable or transferable to a different date. No walk-ins are admitted on the day of the class.
Call 209 472-7233 ext. 6 for information on scheduling private classes.