Workplace Harassment
Prevention Training
(AB-1825 compliant)

Training is offered onsite at your location, through our public trainings, and in a virtual meeting format.

Do you know the warning signs of workplace harassment? Today we are inundated with news headlines and stories about high profile figures accused of abusive behavior and serial harassment. Managers and supervisors play a key role in ensuring preventive measures are in place to reduce and eliminate harassment in their organization.

California law requires employers with five or more employees to put their employees through sexual harassment prevention training on a bi-annual basis. Supervisors must attend a minimum two-hour training, and non-supervisory employees must attend a minimum one-hour training. Employees promoted into supervisory roles and all newly hired employees must complete their training within six months of hire.

Out of state employees? State laws and regulations may vary, though most state requirements will be fulfilled though attending the same training we offer. For employees from states with more stringent regulations, a customized training may be available.

At The Personnel Perspective, our trainers are human resources professionals, compliance experts, and seasoned management trainers. Our trainers have first-hand experience as both internal HR professionals and as consultants, which adds a unique dynamic to our trainings. They offer practical solutions based on their understanding of the business environment and years of insights as HR practitioners.

In this current, interactive workshop, participants will:

Define workplace harassment.
Discuss what “workplace” means as it relates to harassment and discrimination.
Discuss the implications of retaliation, discrimination and harassment in the workplace including productivity, team dynamics, safety, etc.
Learn ways to create a respectful work environment.
Using practical examples, recognize and learn how to effectively correct inappropriate behavior.
Review the company’s policy against harassment and discrimination, including the reporting process and manager responsibility.
Participate in a candid discussion, and get answers to questions regarding harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
Discuss potential scenarios and how they can support one another in building a culture that is free of harassment and discrimination.

Trainings are offered in English and Spanish, are customizable, and are also offered to non-supervisory employees in a modified format.

For more information on how we can customize a harassment training specific to your business’ needs, or send an individual to one of our public seminars, get in touch with us today!