Sexual Harassment Prevention For Managers In California 2-Hour Course: Part 3
Supervisors have the dual responsibility of avoiding harassing behavior themselves while watching for it in the employees they manage. This video training explores sexual harassment prevention for managers in California and is part three of a four-part series. Viewers learn about the protected groups under federal law and those specific to California. Examples are shown of illegal retaliation by employers. This part also covers LGBT rights under California law, SB396. Sexual harassment is illegal and can be costly to employers. Use this video to educate managers on preventing sexual harassment. Managers and supervisors must complete all four parts to comply with the law, so be sure to continue with Part 4.
Healthcare Facilities|Manufacturing Plant|Offices|Warehouse
Introduction|Protected Groups Defined|Additional EEO Laws|Workplace Harassment|California Protected Groups|Other Illegal Behaviors|EEOC Retaliation Claims|LGBT Rights (SB396)|Other California Law Mandates|Retaliation|Conclusion
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