Sexual Harassment Prevention For Non-Supervisors In California 1-Hour Course: Part 2
California Amendment AB2053 mandates training on abusive conduct be included with required harassment training. Part two of this two-part series focuses on bullying; one of the most prevalent forms of abusive conduct in the workplace today. By first teaching employees the facts about bullying, this course presents an extensive list of inappropriate behaviors and behavioral patterns deemed abusive or considered bullying. With this foundation, employees then learn the consequences of workplace bullying while also gaining a clear understanding of LGBT rights, supervisor harassment or discrimination, hostile environment harassment, and specific mandates under California law regarding discrimination, harassment, and abusive conduct. This is the second part of a two-part course; both parts must be completed in order to comply with California state training requirements.
All California employees who are not mangers or supervisors
Introduction|Two Types Of Harassment|Reasonable Person Standard|Unacceptable Behaviors|Complaints|Consequences Of Harassment|Conclusion Of Harassment Prevention|LGBT Rights|Harassment Or Discrimination By Supervisors|Hostile Work Environment|Examples Of Inappropriate Behavior|Other Mandates|Retaliation|Consequences|Conclusion Of LGBT Rights|Workplace Bullying|What Is Workplace Bullying?|Workplace Bullying Has Consequences|Diversity Made Simple|What Is Diversity?|Why Is Diversity Important?|Discovering And Understanding Personal Biases|Respect|Inclusion|Finding Common Ground|Conclusion
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