Train your California employees on California specific sexual harassment law. This program tailored for non-supervisory employees covers every aspect of law in a simple, concise, no-nonsense manner.
In California, sexual harassment is defined by both the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Fair Employment and Housing Act has unique harassment training requirements and it's vital that organizations in California train their employees on the specifics of the law.
After completing this course, your employees will have a firm grasp of the law and understand their rights as well as the repercussions they will face if they break the law.
Key Learning Points
- The rights employees have under California law
- Quid Pro Quo harassment
- Hostile environment harassment
- Specific conduct that could result in a harassment claim
- Specific guidance under California law
- Complaint procedures
- Liability in California law
- The consequences of perpetrating harassment