Yes, If You Completed Harassment Prevention Training in 2018, You Must Complete Training Again in 2019
Businesses with 5 or More Employees Must Now Provide Training to ALL EMPLOYEES and ALL SUPERVISORS
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- Non-Supervisors – at least 1 hour within 6 months of assuming duties and every 2 years thereafter.
- Supervisors – 2 hours of training within 6 months of assuming duties as a supervisor and every 2 years thereafter.
- Temporary and seasonal employees must receive training, too – within 30 calendar days of hire date or 100 hours worked, whichever occurs earlier.
- Individuals who received training in 2018 must complete training again in 2019. According to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, “Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.”
Harassment Prevention Training Policy Update Included for FREE!
When your staff members commence harassment prevention training, they should receive your company’s policy prohibiting harassment in the workplace. Of course, it is important that this policy be up-to-date, properly written and include certain information:
- 10 mandatory elements;
- specific requirements relating to procedures for reporting claims, investigations, addressing behavior and correcting violations; and
- proper acknowledgment of receipt and review.
As with all of our employment law and human resource services, our policy drafting and handbook services are completed by our in-house California attorneys.
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For years, our attorneys have been respected “go-to” trainers for California employers seeking to prevent harassment.
The Right Approach to Training is Important
- Just one claim can destroy a career, harm personal relationships and cause irreparable harm to a business.
- The “wrong” training program can make employees feel like victims, leading to workplace disputes and claims.
- Harassment, bullying and discrimination have the potential to incite violence in the workplace. 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.”
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