Sexual Harassment, California Edition — the "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™

Sexual Harassment, California Edition — the "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™

Updated Feb 11, 2019
"Sexual Harassment — the "'TAKEAWAY'" for Managers™" -- which includes California legislation AB 1825 and AB 2053 training requirements for California managers and supervisors -- is a conversational, easy-to-use program for managers that defines sexual harassment according to the law and explains why it’s important to take a proactive approach to this serious problem. This concise program is both comprehensive and simple to understand, with short vignettes that illustrate and dramatize the material presented. The twelve-minute program focuses on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations, to help managers prevent, identify, document, and stop sexual harassment in the workplace. The program explains the difference between quid pro quo and hostile work environment harassment, and the importance of good documentation to protect organizations and managers from legal liability. "Sexual Harassment — the "'TAKEAWAY'" for Managers™" is a stand-alone program, which may also be used in conjunction with the rest of the series: "Discipline, Documentation, and Termination," "Can I Ask That?" "Legal Interviewing; FMLA in a Nutshell," "Diversity, Respect, and Legal Compliance," and "ADA in a Nutshell."