Morgan Lewis Resources California Workplace Training
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On August 17, 2007, the Fair Employment & Housing Commission's regulations interpreting California's mandatory sexual harassment prevention training law became effective. That law, which is part of the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, requires that any organization that employs 50 or more employees in California shall provide two hours of training to all California-based managers and supervisors once every two years. Click here to read the regulations in their entirety.
What you can do now to train your employees?
Morgan Lewis Resource Workplace Training has several courses available that comply with California's mandatory sexual harassment prevention training law and its regulations. Risky Business: Preventing Harassment provides an overview on recognizing forms of harassment and how to prevent retaliation, while Business II: Strategies for a Harassment-Free Workplace is designed to build on the foundation of the first course.
We are able to provide training in a live classroom format, or as an online, interactive webcast presented in real time. Both formats comply with the new regulations.
Please contact us to receive more information about our training services or how to comply with the new regulations.