New California Law . . .
Businesses With Five or More Employees Must Provide
Harassment Prevention Training to All Supervisors and All Employees
To Help Businesses Afford Training to Comply . . .
We’re Offering a 50% Discount to Businesses that Enroll in Online Training or Book On-Site Training by December 14, 2018!
That’s Right – HALF OFF the Already Low Prices on Our Popular Training
What the New Law Requires
Why We are the Right Choice for Your Training Needs
Employers with five or more employees must provide sexual harassment prevention training next year (by January 1, 2020):
- Non-Supervisors must receive at least one hour of training within six months of assumption of duties and every two years thereafter.
- Supervisors must receive at least two hours of training within six months of assuming duties as a supervisor and every two years thereafter.
- Temporary and seasonal employees must receive training within 30 calendar days of their hire date or 100 hours worked – whichever occurs earlier.
When Training is Required, Make Sure It’s Effective Training
For years, our attorneys have been respected “go-to” trainers for California employers seeking to actually prevent workplace harassment. If you are going to provide or attend training, make sure it’s effective and provided by knowledgeable experts who know the law and work with employers to prevent claims.
We Offer Two Affordable Options – Online and On-Site Training
COST – 50% DISCOUNT THROUGH DECEMBER 14, 2018!
Can be Accessed from all Devices —
Phones, Tablets, Computers
- Attendees can complete training at their own pace – access to training does not expire for an entire year.
- Attendees can return to the program for a “refresher course” and answers to questions that may arise throughout the year.
- Our on-site training is customized to fit the specific needs of each business.
- Employees learn together in their own work environment. Contact us for an affordable quote – book training to be held in 2019 by December 14, 2018 and receive a 50% Discount!
Why the Right Approach to Training is Important
- Just one claim can destroy careers, harm personal relationships and cause irreparable harm to a business.
- Harassment, bullying and discrimination have the potential to incite violence in the workplace. Unresolved feelings of being treated inappropriately or unfairly are often cited as underlying sources of workplace violence. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, “Every year, approximately two million people throughout the country are victims of non-fatal violence at the workplace.”
Here’s an example of the type of reviews our attorneys, who provide our on-site training and who also developed our online training program, receive…
Contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, Director, Business and Program Development, at email@example.com or our toll-free number, (833) 753-1775, for more information and a quote for your business.