TrainingABC New Release - Abusive Conduct in the Workplace: California AB 2053 Training
Beginning in 2015, the state of California began to require abusive conduct training for supervisors in the 2-hour sexual harassment requirement (AB 1825). The law (AB 2053) mandated that companies with 50 or more employees train supervisors about abusive conduct...otherwise known as workplace bullying.
TrainingABC is proud to announce a brand new video-based course that covers this new law - Abusive Conduct in the Workplace: California AB2053 Training. The course contains a 5 minute full HD video and a 10 question quiz and can easily fit into current training programs to ensure that companies cover this new standard.
The course defines abusive conduct in California and then explains the types of behavior that could rise to the level of abusive conduct and the effect that workplace bullying has on the workplace. It finishes with a warning about the consequences of engaging in bullying and some simple strategies to avoid inadvertently bullying a co-worker.
For more information on this new course go to AB2053 course.