Online sexual harassment training for supervisors
California harassment training requirements set the standard for the rest of the country; the state is one of only three that mandate workplace harassment training along with Maine and Connecticut.California harassment training stipulations are meticulously detailed in AB1825.Who is required to take the AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training?All supervisory employees working in the State of California for any company with 50 or more employees, including F/T and P/T employees. Anyone in the company who has authority (significant influence) over others meets the criteria as a supervisor per AB 1825 guidelines.Our online sexual harassment training courses foster a safe and productive work environment by training employees on what is considered sexual harassment, prevention training, and what to do if they see or experience sexual harassment.Training on how to report harassment is part of the program, so your organization is protected in the event of a claim.Finalized California harassment training mandates established that web-based training fulfills AB1825 sexual harassment training requirements.
Connecticut was the second state to require workplace measures in preventing sexual harassment.
The Maine Sexual Harassment Prevention course is designed for all employees and supervisors and is fully compliant with Maine’s Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807, which requires sexual harassment training for all employees.
We also offer discrimination training and harassment training courses that provide organizations with additional protection by educating employees and supervisors on how to recognize and prevent unlawful harassment and prevention.
Our Connecticut-customized sexual harassment course fulfills and exceeds all distinctions of Connecticut law for preventing sexual harassment in several ways...
One of the most common employee complaints, sexual harassment is problematic for supervisors and managers, and a liability for the business.