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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
January 31, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$39
Attention small business owner – Are you in compliance?
Effective January 1, 2019, SB 1343 requires employers of FIVE employees or more to give sexual harassment prevention training to all their supervisors and all their employees before January 1, 2020. New employees must be trained within 6 months of their hire date. Temps (not those who work for an agency) and seasonal employees have to be trained within 30 days or 100 hours of employment—whichever comes first.
We conduct 2 different interactive trainings. One for Managers/Supervisors and one for all other Employees. This particular training is for employees and is one hour in length. Contact us to find out more information about our upcoming Managers/Supervisors training.
The focus of this 1 hour training is on Company policy and respect for coworkers with an overview of the legal definition of sexual harassment, abusive conduct, and other harassment. The intent with this training is to differentiate between poor judgment, annoying behavior, and actual harassment of any type. We will look at a number of examples and determine if there is sexual harassment/bullying/other harassment actually going on and if it is, what should be done about it.
Workshop includes a workbook for each participant. We encourage discussion, questions and lively debate throughout. Our examples are designed to elicit as much dialogue as possible.
All employees will be provided with a certificate of attendance and completion to comply with the legal requirements. Beverages will be provided. You are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch.
Seating is limited. Register now, or contact Leslie for information about direct payment with no fees. Leslie@VictoryWorkspace.com
FYI, as a business owner, we recommend you also consider our 2 hour Supervisor Training. The law broadly defines the term “supervisor” to mean anyone who has “supervisory authority,” meaning anyone who has the authority to exercise independent judgment to:
• Hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, terminate, discipline, respond to grievances, or reward other employees;
• Direct the work of other employees; or
• Effectively recommend any of these actions.
For more information about upcoming dates for Managers/Supervisors training, email: Michelle Abaunza email@example.com
Michelle Abaunza is a Senior HR Consultant with Human Resource Advisors. Michelle has over 11 years of extensive HR experience consulting with leaders of small to midsize businesses from various industries. She is a business- focused HR professional who has the proven ability to partner with owners and management in many areas, including but not limited to: employee relations, wage and hour issues, performance management, leaves management, training and development and overall State and Federal compliance. She is a trusted Consultant with a passion for driving performance and results. She is also bilingual in Spanish.
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