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Compliance Training Group’s convenient online training makes it easy to meet your state’s compliance requirements. Our popular,self-paced supervisor and employee courses allow the individual learners to take the course at their leisure over the course of a month.
Don’t miss this opportunity to save 10% on every enrollment you purchase, as you protect your organization from costly litigation costs that can have an adverse effect on moral, productivity and your organization’s reputation.
eLearning courses on Sexual Harassment Awareness are now available for executives, supervisors, and employees. We offer two-hour sexual harassment training 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.
A new Senate Bill was passed this week that focuses specifically on sexual harassment prevention in the farm worker community. Senator Bill Monning sponsored Senate Bill 1087, which will now require sexual harassment training for farm supervisors, employees and labor contractors. In addition, the bill will deny licenses to farm labor contractors that have been found to have committed sexual harassment within the past 3 years. According to Senator Monning, the need for the bill stems from frequent sexual harassment and sexual assault, including rape, which occurs within the farm worker population. 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.