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Harassment Avoidance Training Webinar - August 13, 2019: 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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The recent passage of [State Bill] SB 1343 expands the [Assembly Bill] AB1825 training requirement, mandating all employers with five or more employees to provide two hours of anti-harassment training for supervisory staff, and one hour of anti-harassment training for nonsupervisory employees. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

Please note: This pertains to all job codes, job classification, exempt and non-exempt (including non-supervisory, individual contributor roles).

Our Web-Based event is a ‘live’ session facilitated by a Harassment Avoidance trainer:

  • Sessions are available in English & Spanish and are set in a two hour time frame
  • The first hour combines both supervisory & non-supervisory staff
  • After the first hour, there is a 5-10 minute break & the non-supervisory staff is released
  • After the break, the supervisory staff remains for the 2nd hour required for management
  • Since the session is ‘live’, not a recorded video, it must be completed all at once vs. start, stop and return to it
  • It incorporates both State and Federal guidelines/law

Designed specifically for the Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturer, this comprehensive 2-hour course will cover the following topics:

  • Provides legal definition of multiple types of harassment
  • Defines acceptable and non-acceptable behavior
  • Identifies specific examples of fines, penalties and employer responsibilities
  • Reviews methods for team and supervisor coaching
  • Includes sections on Discrimination, Retaliation, and Actual Cases
  • Outlines compliant investigations for every claim
  • Defines employer/company responsibilities to address complaints


Included in our materials are specific sections, examples and risk mitigation recommendations on workplace bullying, cyber-bullying, stalking, cyber-stalking, harassment via social media, and workplace violence. Supervisory/management sections of our training include awareness and coaching on incident reporting, how to investigate reports, interviewing victims and witnesses, confidentiality in the process, etc. Training is both CA State & Federal guideline-developed.

Employers have until January 2020 to complete the training under the new guidelines.


FAQs

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions regarding this webinar, please contact Jeri Summer at jsummer@cmtc.com

Do I have to have all of my employees sign up for one webinar?

No, For operational convenience, scheduling employees can be divided into multiple dates; they do not all need to attend the same session.

Not all of my employees have their own computer. What do I do?

If your employees do not have their own computer workstation, you can assemble in a training or conference room and take the session together. However, each person must be individually registered to ensure attendance and receive their Certificate of Completion.

How do I show auditors that my employees have completed harassment avoidance training?

Everyone receives a Certificate of Completion, in their own name, to demonstrate your compliance.

How long is the training good for?

Once trained, your team is compliant for two years (the training is required every two years, or within six months of promotion from a non-supervisory to supervisory role).


These services are partially funded by the California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business Technical Assistance Program.

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