Sexual Harassment Prevention For Non-Supervisors In California 1-Hour Course: Part 1
An estimated 50% of women and 20% of men have experienced sexual harassment at work. In California sexual harassment in any workplace is illegal and California employees are protected from, and held accountable for, sexual harassment as defined by both the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964. Beginning by clearly explaining the legal definitions per the FEHA and Title VII, this course shows non-management and non-supervisory employees workplace examples of inappropriate behaviors that qualify as sexual harassment. Demonstrated in the context of the two different types of sexual harassment, quid pro quo and Hostile Environment harassment, this course shows employees the range of sexual harassment behaviors and activities they are protected from and what they can also be held liable for. Use this course to teach California employees their rights, protections, and behavioral liabilities regarding sexual harassment in the workplace. This is part one of a two-part course; both parts are necessary in order to comply with California state training requirements.
All non-management and non-supervisor employees in California
Introduction|Two Types Of Harassment|Inappropriate Behavior|California Specifics|DFEH Complaint Procedures|Consequences|The Protected Groups|Examples Of Retaliation|Conclusion
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