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Sexual Harassment Training Requirements in California — Are You Ready?

If you have five or more employees, California law requires that you provide sexual harassment prevention training to everyone on your staff by January 1, 2021. To comply with the law, training must cover specific content points and be two hours for supervisors and one hour for non-supervisory employees.

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The quickest way to comply with California’s sexual harassment training requirements is to train your staff online. Our California Sexual Harassment Prevention online program exceeds the minimum training standards as mandated by the California Fair Housing and Employment Act (FEHA), Senate Bill 1343, and related legislation. Separate courses for employees and supervisors include critical information that will help your employees prevent sexual harassment and handle it correctly if it does occur.

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Take advantage of special per-trainee pricing of only $25 per employee and $35 per supervisor. Pay only for the training you need. Courses include a certificate of completion per trainee to prove compliance with the law.

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This interactive training course for supervisors covers all the information required by California law, including the definition of harassment, examples of harassment, strategies to prevent harassment, and resources available to victims of harassment. Supervisors also learn their role in preventing the prevention and correction of sexual harassment, as well as best practices for harassment investigations. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace. The supervisor course exceeds the 2-hour training time requirement.

Key components covered in this supervisor version of California Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • Definition of sexual harassment under state and federal law.
  • Statutes and case law prohibiting and preventing sexual harassment.
  • Practical examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Remedies available to victims of harassment at both the state and federal levels.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • The limited confidentiality of the complaint process.
  • Resources for victims of harassment, including how to report it.
  • Best practices for employers to correct harassing behaviors.
  • What to do if a supervisor is personally accused of harassment.
  • Elements of an effective anti-harassment policy and how to use it.
  • Definition and examples of “abusive conduct” as defined by California law.
  • Supervisor’s role in complying with California harassment laws.
  • Supervisor’s role in preventing harassment.
  • Basic steps in a harassment investigation.
  • How to implement effective remedial measures.
  • What to do if you’re accused of harassment.

This interactive training course for employees covers all the information required by California law, including the definition of harassment, examples of harassment, strategies to prevent harassment, and resources available to victims of harassment. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace. The employee course exceeds the 1-hour training time requirement.

Key components covered in this employee version of California Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • Definition of sexual harassment under state and federal law.
  • Statutes and case law prohibiting and preventing sexual harassment.
  • Practical examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Remedies available to victims of harassment at both the state and federal levels.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • The limited confidentiality of the complaint process.
  • Resources for victims of harassment, including how to report it.
  • Best practices for employers to correct harassing behaviors.
  • What to do if a supervisor is personally accused of harassment.
  • Elements of an effective anti-harassment policy and how to use it
  • Definition and examples of “abusive conduct” as defined by California law.

Supervisor


This interactive training course for supervisors covers all the information required by California law, including the definition of harassment, examples of harassment, strategies to prevent harassment, and resources available to victims of harassment. Supervisors also learn their role in preventing the prevention and correction of sexual harassment, as well as best practices for harassment investigations. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace. The supervisor course exceeds the 2-hour training time requirement. 

Key components covered in this supervisor version of California Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • Definition of sexual harassment under state and federal law.
  • Statutes and case law prohibiting and preventing sexual harassment.
  • Practical examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Remedies available to victims of harassment at both the state and federal levels.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • The limited confidentiality of the complaint process.
  • Resources for victims of harassment, including how to report it.
  • Best practices for employers to correct harassing behaviors.
  • What to do if a supervisor is personally accused of harassment.
  • Elements of an effective anti-harassment policy and how to use it.
  • Definition and examples of “abusive conduct” as defined by California law.
  • Supervisor’s role in complying with California harassment laws.
  • Supervisor’s role in preventing harassment.
  • Basic steps in a harassment investigation.
  • How to implement effective remedial measures.
  • What to do if you’re accused of harassment.

Employee


This interactive training course for employees covers all the information required by California law, including the definition of harassment, examples of harassment, strategies to prevent harassment, and resources available to victims of harassment. In addition, this module addresses and defines other forms of harassment that can occur in the workplace. The employee course exceeds the 1-hour training time requirement.

 Key components covered in this employee version of California Sexual Harassment Prevention training course include:

  • Definition of sexual harassment under state and federal law.
  • Statutes and case law prohibiting and preventing sexual harassment.
  • Practical examples of harassing conduct, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Remedies available to victims of harassment at both the state and federal levels.
  • Strategies to prevent harassment.
  • Supervisors’ obligation to report harassment.
  • The limited confidentiality of the complaint process.
  • Resources for victims of harassment, including how to report it.
  • Best practices for employers to correct harassing behaviors.
  • What to do if a supervisor is personally accused of harassment.
  • Elements of an effective anti-harassment policy and how to use it
  • Definition and examples of “abusive conduct” as defined by California law.

Online California Sexual Harassment Training Prevention Preview


All employees are entitled to a comfortable and hostile-free work environment. California law requires that all businesses with five or more employees provide training on a variety of topics including how to prevent sexual harassment and how to handle it if it does occur. This California Sexual Harassment Prevention training course meets and exceeds the minimum training standards as mandated by the California Fair Housing and Employment Act (FEHA), Senate Bill 1343, and related legislation.

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Take advantage of special per-trainee pricing of only $25 per employee and $35 per supervisor. Pay only for the training you need.

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Learn More

For larger companies, subscription pricing may be more economical. Contact us about our complete learning management solution.

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What Does California Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Do for Your Business?


Knowledge is power. The best way to prevent harassment is to give employees and managers the information they need to recognize harassing behavior, report it, and handle it appropriately and according to the law. Our online sexual harassment prevention training can help supervisors and employees see the big picture of harassment while showing them their role in prevention. When delivered through our state-of-the-art LMS as part of a larger online training program, training administrators can easily assign, track, and monitor trainee progress.  Contact us today for a guided demonstration

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