Sexual Harassment: Training for a Harassment-Free Workplace — California Manager Version
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Update your harassment programs with our brand new release - Sexual Harassment: Training for a Harassment-Free Workplace, the California Manager Version. This program focuses on the abusive behavior defined by California AB 2053 with content related to AB 1825, SB 292 and AB2053.
The new program offers original stories that provide greater insight into vital training points. We see things through the eyes of participants. Rather than have a narrator explain everything, we see first-hand reports that keep things moving and adds a personal touch to the viewing experience.
Managers working in California organizations will fully understand their responsibilities when it comes to preventing harassment and unwelcome behavior at work. Learn the appropriate response to these common and challenging situations.
California requires that organizations with 50+ employees provide a minimum of two hours of classroom and/or interactive training related to sexual harassment for al supervisor level employees once in a two year period. This training must be provided within six months of a new hire taking up a supervisor position. Our 20 minute California Manager program is highly recommended as part of a trainer-led two hour class. Also check out our two hour online course to go with this informative program.
Each segment is filmed on location using realistic situations and characters. The seven dramatizations will show:
- Inappropriate talk in the bullpen and how it can make it difficult for employees to focus
- A situation that involves private photos being posted on social media as revenge
- Rude comments from a visiting vendor that disrupt lunch at a medical center
- A supervisor pressures a new employee into going out as part of “training” at a manufacturing plant
- City employees as they deal with religious bias over coworkers from other places
- A sales rep visiting a convention exhibit who displays abusive behavior and excludes a colleague they feel doesn’t fit in
- A restaurant worker’s discomfort when experiencing borderline behavior, even as peers are enjoying themselves
Viewers will understand quid pro quo harassment and hostile environments and the harm they can bring to a work environment. We also learn about third party harassment, protected characteristics, retaliation and other abusive behaviors.
Sexual and other illegal forms of harassment are discussed as well as the importance of respect and being considerate toward others. Each scenario depicts how to prevent these unwelcome behaviors before it becomes a much bigger problem.
Sexual Harassment: Training for a Harassment-Free Workplace is designed to help employers improve on the job behavior, encourage better communication and create a workplace that’s productive, respectful and free of harassment