We all think we know what California law considers sexual harassment in the workplace — or do we? Gray areas of unlawful behavior can create problems, and in-person training allows group discussion and further clarification.
Join the conversation in Pasadena on September 17, when CalChamber presents live and in-person California harassment prevention training.
“This seminar is a great opportunity to discuss the common myths associated with workplace harassment and learn how to lead the charge in preventing harassment from happening in your office,” says Erika Frank, CalChamber executive vice president, legal affairs and general counsel. “The training is ideal for California supervisors, HR managers and business owners.”
Attend this interactive, expert-led seminar to:
- Discuss common myths about harassment in the workplace — e.g., that most sexual harassment complaints involve unwelcomed touching; or that employees do not report sexual harassment because they fear retaliation.
- Learn about workplace behaviors that are considered harassing conduct or may create or contribute to unlawful sexual harassment in the workplace.
- Participate in role-playing exercises.
- Take away information that assists in preventing and effectively responding to sexual harassment complaints or other inappropriate conduct.
- Satisfy California-mandated supervisor training for employers with 50 or more employees, reviewing practical examples of harassment in the workplace and ways employers can address and prevent future conduct and legal claims.
Keep in mind that California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) obligates all California employers to take steps to prevent harassment from occurring in the workplace, regardless of number of employees.
Lead the Charge: Preventing Sexual Harassment in the California Workplace
Monday, September 17, 2018, at Hilton Pasadena
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Price: $199.00 ($159.20 for CalChamber Preferred and Executive members)
Register online or call (800) 331-8877. Seating is limited. Preferred and Executive members receive their 20 percent discount.
This seminar is approved for HRCI recertification, SHRM professional development and MCLE credit hours.