MANDATORY SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING « Law Offices of Timothy Bowles | Top Employment Law Firm in Los Angeles

MANDATORY SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING

Advantages of Live Webinar Over E-Training

Every two years, California employers with five or more on payroll (all workers, nationwide) have to provide at least two hours of classroom or other effective interactive sexual harassment protection training to all California supervisory employees and at least one hour of such training to all nonsupervisory employees in California. Employers must include remotely working employees.

Every two years, California employers with five or more on payroll (all workers, nationwide) have to provide at least two hours of classroom or other effective interactive sexual harassment protection training to all California supervisory employees and at least one hour of such training to all nonsupervisory employees in California. Employers must include remotely working employees.

Covered employers must also train all new nonsupervisory employees within six months of hire and all new supervisory employees within six months of taking a supervisory position.

The required instruction  must include: ● information and practical guidance on applicable federal and state law on prevention, correction and remedies of and for sexual harassment; ● “practical examples aimed at instructing supervisors in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation”; and ● prevention of abusive conduct.

Based on 15 years of experience in classroom-style delivery, our live Zoom webinar is perfect for remote workers. Our training documents each employee’s interaction and attentiveness and allows for Q&A and thorough understanding of the materials.

Reasons to conduct live classroom-style interactive webinars across a workforce as a superior alternative to point-and-click e-training include:

  • Real time interaction with trainer over Zoom, with ability to apply principles to specific work conditions;
  • Immediate answers to questions, benefitting all attendees on the webinar;
  • Employees will be called on randomly throughout, which means they typically pay closer attention;
  • Live training confirms company commitment to effectively addressing and preventing unlawful or inappropriate workplace conduct;
  • Proper emphasis on importance of information relative to specific scenarios; and
  • By the bulk of feedback we’ve received, our live sessions are engaging and interesting.

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