AB 1825 Training
Classes in Sexual Harassment for Supervisors
Managers and supervisors throughout California are required to receive a minimum of two hours interactive training on prohibited harassment every two years. We have found that managers and supervisors appreciate real life examples during this training as well as additional training on management techniques to improve their ability to manage the multitude of personalities in the workplace. We offer three variations of this training for supervisors.
Harassment with Style
Supervisors receive the mandatory content on how to prevent harassment, how to recognize harassment and what their responsibilities are to correct inappropriate conduct. They also learn that people not only have different opinions based on culture or upbringing, they also learn that differences occur based on how we each problem solve and how we process information. Managers learn how to appreciate different approaches based on Learning Styles ™ developed by David Kolb and sold through the Hay Group. This is an interactive training class that provides your managers with the information needed to protect employees from harassment but it also provides insight on how to manage the different personalities in the workplace. We believe that learning can be fun!
AB1825 and Communication Training for Managers
In addition to training on preventing and correcting inappropriate behaviors that could lead to a hostile or offensive work environment this training class also covers critical components on effective communication, listening to complaints, and how to resolve conflicts; the most difficult situations that managers face when managing work teams. This training covers how management has changed over the last decades, how we need to manage people within different generations, and how to motivate employees effectively.
Basics of AB 1825 Training - Preventing Harassment in the Workplace
The training will teach your managers to understand what does and does not constitute prohibited harassment, how to assess their own behavior and the behavior of others, and how to respond to complaints by their subordinates.
Description of the types of prohibited harassment – quid pro quo and hostile work environment.
Discrimination categories within the prohibited harassment law including race, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender, pregnancy, workers compensation discrimination.
Examples of the types of nonverbal, verbal, and physical harassment constituting a hostile work environment and discussion of prohibited retaliation.
Teach standards of acceptable behavior in the workplace.
Educate managers regarding how to detect potential harassment situations or stereotypical behaviors in the work environment
Inform managers how to correct inappropriate behavior before a complaint arises
Provide guidelines for managers & their responsibilities as agents of the company