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video training Book a live onsite training or webinar session on Sexual Harassment Awareness or any other topic and receive 2 complementary Substance Abuse Awareness eLearning seats and 2 complementary Violence in the Workplace eLearning seats.

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Sexual Harassment Awareness eLearning

video training eLearning courses on Sexual Harassment Awareness are now available for executives, supervisors, and employees. We offer two-hour courses that satisfy specific state laws, such as California (AB 1825, U.S. Government Code 12950.1), Maine (Maine Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807), and Connecticut (General Statutes, Section 46a-54 (15) (B) and 46a-54-204) as well as a general two hour course for all other states. California courses are available in Spanish and English language. Sign up today!

Length: 2 Hours
Cost: $39.99

Only Four Months Left to Comply with AB 1825 Supervisor Training

harasser The deadline for supervisor training under California AB 1825, the law designed to instruct supervisory employees and managers in the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace is December 31, 2013.

AB 1825 (now codified at Cal. Gov. Code § 12950.1) became law in California on January 1, 2005, and requires all employers with at least 50 employees to provide two hours of classroom, eLearning (Online) or other effective interactive training and education regarding sexual harassment prevention to all California supervisory employees every two years.

New supervisors must be trained within six months of being promoted to a supervisory position and, thereafter, every two years as outline in AB 1825. Read More.

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Employers who, in good faith, provide training, develop a comprehensive harassment policy and act appropriately when complaints are reported to human resources are in a reasonably good position to defend the organization should a compliant be made against them.

Compliance Training Group trainers and instructional designers are in a unique position to assist employers achieve this goal by designing eLearning and onsite courses which meets compliance requirements and promotes an adherence to the organizational policy, state and federal law.

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