Harassment for Managers: A New Look California Version
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This program is designed to comply with California's AB1825 Harassment Training Law (see the facts of the law here)
Since the California Harrassment Training Law has been passed, employers and their managers are even more subject to liability in the event of litigation if they fail to adhere to harassment policies in the workplace. Proper training of your managers is supervisors in recognizing the subtleties and warning signs of harassment, how to prevent harassment in the first place, and how to deal with those who cross the line is requisite.
This training video uses live scenario segments portraying harassment situations to cover harassment education and prevention required by law in the State of California.
For Managers to follow policy and take action toward possible harassment between employees, the important thing is for the Manager to be able to understand what actually comprises harassment in today’s laws. Times have changed, and so has the definition of harassment. Much of it is subtle and has taken recent forms which no longer fit traditional understandings of the concept.
Without this knowledge, managers who ignore signs of harassment among the people they supervise may find themselves ultimately embroiled in litigation. ”Harassment for Managers: A New Look,” deals with bullying, digital harassment and other contemporary concerns.
The film also shows how Managers can and should identify and prevent harassment among the workforce, and how to effectively respond to inappropriate behaviors. This video employs vivid re-enactments to demonstrate various scenarios and solutions.
The film, along with its comprehensive compliance guide, covers the following key training points.
Key Training Points:
- Dealing with “Favors” (QPQ)
- Dealing with Actual Adverse Effect in the Workplace
- Defining a Hostile Work Environment
- The Impact & Prevention of Bullying and Cyber Harassment
- Inappropriate Humor, Tangential Harassment, Age-Discrimination
- Warning Signs
- Manager Responsibilities And Obligations
- Communicating the Policies and Training the Employees
- Handling Complaints in a Timely and Effective Manner
- Equitable & Timely Investigations
- Protocol for Interviews
- Enforcing Policy