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At a Glance

Course length: 
Varies
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Regulations: 
AB 2053, AB 1825, FEHA - Fair Employment and Housing Act
Audience: 
Employees, Managers
Topic: 
Harassment
Format: 
Vector Animation

This course provides employees and managers with information about one of the most sensitive and potentially damaging workplace issues that organizations face today, affecting every industry and every type and size of organization. Offering real-life examples that help raise awareness of a variety of discrimination, harassment and abusive conduct issues. It also explores the "do's" and "don'ts" of creating a respectful, inclusive work environment. It equips employees with the tools and resources needed to be proactive in recognizing and reporting misconduct.

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* This course is intended to assist employers in meeting a minimum threshold regarding required training requirements. However, as specified by AB 1825, completion of the training should not discourage or relieve any employer from providing for longer, more frequent, or more elaborate training and education regarding workplace harassment or other forms of unlawful discrimination in order to meet its obligations to take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent and correct harassment and discrimination.

Course Details

  • Employees
  • Managers
Employees

This course equips employees with the tools and resources needed to be proactive in recognizing and reporting misconduct.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:30 min30 min (Manufacturing/Warehouse Version)

The importance of maintaining a fair and respectful workplace

Key expectations for employees, including speaking up about concerns

A definition of harassment and protected characteristics

Guidelines for identifying potentially harassing situations and actions

The impact of harassment

Definitions of "quid pro quo" and "hostile work environment" harassment

Abusive conduct

Other types of harassment

A look at the negative effects of discrimination on the workplace

An examination of protected categories

The obligation to follow policies and to raise concerns

Managers

This course provides supervisors with the information they need to be proactive in recognizing and reporting misconduct.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:30 min1 hour2 hour

The importance of maintaining a fair and respectful workplace

Key expectations for employees, including speaking up about concerns

A definition of harassment and protected characteristics

Guidelines for identifying potentially harassing situations and actions

The impact of harassment

Definitions of "quid pro quo" and "hostile work environment" harassment

Abusive conduct

Other types of harassment

A look at the negative effects of discrimination on the workplace

An examination of protected categories

The obligation to follow policies and to raise concerns

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Harassment and Discrimination (Learning Block)

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