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Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Advantages of Live Webinar

By survey, as many as one in three women have experienced workplace sexual harassment over their careers, with less than 20% ever reporting the matter to management. A 2021 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission report  found California’s incidence to be significantly higher than the national average.

Intended to eliminate such abuse, every two years California employers with five or more on payroll must provide at least two hours of harassment prevention training to managers and at least one hour of such training to all other employees. Employers also must provide such training within six months of hire or promotion to management.

Instruction must include: ● guidance on harassment definitions, prevention, correction and remedies; ● practical examples; and ● prevention of any kind of abusive conduct.

With long years of experience, our live webinar training suits even remote workers yet to return to the work site. Superior to each employee’s isolated point-and-click e-training, our format  allows for:

  • Real time engaging interaction with trainer, with ability to apply principles to specific work conditions;
  • Immediate answers to questions, benefitting all attendees;
  • Closer employee attention and better comprehension by calling on them randomly throughout;  and
  • Confirmation of the company’s commitment to effectively addressing and preventing inappropriate workplace conduct.

Contact us TODAY for more information, pricing or to schedule your workforce’s webinars at (626) 583-6600 or officemgr@tbowleslaw.com

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