In California, managers are often required to attend Harassment Prevention Training but what about employees? Do non-managers receive more than just a pamphlet?
In this brief, 1-hour SPANISH training, SDEA’s HR staff review many of the items presented to managers so all employees understand harassment is illegal in California.
Working and Managing during #MeToo and #TimesUp
Harassment is most often a form of unlawful discrimination
Differences between intent and impact
Personal liability exists in California for harassers
What are some of the laws?
Serious issues may be a violation of the law, not just policy
Harassment is self-regulated and changeable conduct or behavior
Harassment is based upon an employment relationship
Harassment is behavior or conduct that interferes with any employee’s ability to do their job
Understanding of the types of harassment (QPQ, Hostile)
Understand the consequences of bullying in the workplace
What it means to promote a harassment-free and discrimination-free work environment
Importance of reporting, investigating and communicating to each party
*You will be required to "register" through Zoom (the webinar application) in order for us to verify your attendance (and send you follow up information). Please do a test log-in to the meeting at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start if you have never used Zoom for webinars.