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Workplace Harassment Prevention Training California Government Code section 12950.1 requires all employers with five or more employees to provide at least two hours of sexual harassment prevention training, as well as “training inclusive of harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation,” to all managers and at least one hour to non-supervisory employees […]

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ABOLISHING WORKPLACE BIGOTRY: A Work in Progress

California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and its federal counterpart, the  Civil Rights Act of 1964, are designed to protect employees from unlawful discrimination. The FEHA also established the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) to investigate, mediate and prosecute workplace discrimination complaints. It is the largest state civil rights agency in the […]

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FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN 2020 – GROUND RULES SCHOOL

Annual Seminar for Employers Covering Employment Legal Essentials and New Workplace Laws for 2020  February 28, 2020 Reserve your seat today! With this week’s session sold out, Tim Bowles will deliver his new year labor and employment law seminar once more.  Over a full day, Tim will cover the span of current workplace law from […]

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PREVENT NO-CONSENT TORMENT

Workplace Harassment Training California’s Government Code requires employers with five or more workers to provide “classroom or other effective interactive training and education regarding sexual harassment” by December 31, 2020.  All nonsupervisory personnel must receive at least one hour and supervisors must receive two hours minimum. Employers must then repeat the instruction every other year. […]

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FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN 2020

SCIENTIA EST POTENTIA (Knowledge is Power) Attend the Annual Employment Law Seminar Covering Employment Legal Essentials and New Workplace Laws for 2020 Over a day-long session in January and again in February, employment law specialist Tim Bowles will cover the structure and span of current workplace law from a management perspective, going over the significant […]

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FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN 2020!

CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS: Annual Employment Law Seminar Covers the New and Enduring Workplace Essentials California governor Gavin Newsom signed 870 bills into law this year, many of which will affect this state’s employers. Over a day-long session in January and again in February, employment law specialist Tim Bowles will cover the structure and span of current […]

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United State of Procrastination

HOLD THE PRESSES Deadline Now Jan. 1, 2021 for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training to Rank-and-File Employees By last month’s amendment to California’s Government Code, there is now a one-year extension to January 1, 2021 for all employers with five or more workers to first provide at least one hour sexual harassment prevention training to all […]

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ENSURE WORKPLACE LEGAL COMPLIANCE

2019 Employee Handbook, Hire-to-Fire Forms Over the past two decades, we have developed and refined a “soup-to-nuts” employee handbook and package of basic hire-to-fire forms and policies.  Company implementation of these materials means greatly improved legal compliance in employment screening, hiring, training, terminations, and related actions. Our 2019 model employment handbook and forms contain significant […]

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING

California Employer Deadline: January 1, 2020 Recent California law requires employers with five or more on payroll to provide sexual harassment prevention and resolution training to all managers and employees by January 1, 2020. We offer half-day on-site group seminars as a superior alternative to online training. We have developed our presentation from over 20 […]

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CAUTIONARY TALES EPISODE 30

State Settles Sexual Harassment Case with Cypress Police Department The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)  defines sexual harassment as unwanted sexual advances, or visual, verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature. This includes same-sex harassment, offering employment benefits in exchange for sexual favors, or retaliating after receiving a negative response to sexual advances. On June […]

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