Common Ground: Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Prevention (For supervisors in CA)

Common Ground: Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Prevention (For supervisors in CA)

WILL Interactive
Updated Jun 19, 2020

For U.S. Supervisors in California. Winner of Horizon Interactive Awards Best Instructional Program of the Year as well as the Ava Awards Best E-Learning Program of the Year, Common Ground is not your typical check-the-box solution for harassment, sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training.

Introducing the most watchable, entertaining, and effective online training program available in the market today. A welcome change of pace for trainers, HR professionals, supervisors, and employees, Common Ground is memorable, engaging, and backed up by WILL’s patented, proven-effective learning methodology.

Offered in collaboration with the Squire Patton Boggs legal team, Common Ground is everything you need to effectively train your people and achieve compliance with California state requirements.

Users play as a lead characters in a sitcom quality interactive movie, make decisions regarding harassment prevention and response, and see how those decisions play out. The E-Learning version contains onscreen hosts who guide users through the experience. Scenario-based quiz questions ask users to apply core concepts to real-world problems.

This AB1825/AB2053 GATED 2-HOUR VERSION is designed to train SUPERVISORS in CALIFORNIA on the basics and more advanced aspects of harassment, sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention; including recognition, positive action and individual rights and responsibilities. It also covers supervisor responsibilities in the areas of prevention, response, reporting, investigation and resolution. It allows supervisors to complete everything required to be in compliance with the state regulations in all 50 states, including the mandatory 2-hour seat time requirement in California. Upon completion, users fulfill the training requirements for receiving AB-1825 certification.

Please Note: The 2020 version has been updated to conform with California's AB-2053 requirements on abusive conduct (April 2016), the state's amended FEHA regulations regarding protected classes, and all SB 396 and SB 1343 requirements.

Completion Requirements: There is no score required for this course, learners must fulfill the 2-hour requirement and complete the course in its entirety to register a completion.

This course is multi-lingual, with both English and Spanish options. Users simply select which language is appropriate for them and the course automatically changes to their preference.