Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors
Effective January 1st of this year, California enacted SB 1343, which expanded the training requirements with respect to sexual harassment to businesses with as few as five employees, including temporary and seasonal workers. Pursuant to California law, Government Code Section 12950 states that “every employer shall act to ensure a workplace free of sexual harassment” by implementing certain specified minimum requirements. Those requirements include that covered employers provide sexual harassment training as required by Section 12950.1.

That new statute requires that “By January 1, 2020, an employer having five or more employees shall provide at least two hours of classroom or other effective interactive training and education regarding sexual harassment to all supervisory employees and at least one hour of classroom or other effective interactive training and education regarding sexual harassment to all nonsupervisory employees in California within six months of their assumption of a position.” The trainings offered by Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP are designed to fulfill these requirements.
 
Sexual harassment complaints aren’t confined to employment relationships. It can also be a serious on-site problem with residents. Owners and managers of multifamily properties can reduce the risk of sexual harassment claims being filed against them by educating all employees. Our unique approach will cover these areas along with workplace harassment:
 
  • A review of current law on both state and federal levels
  • Types of sexual harassment
  • What activities are considered harassment
  • Consensual relationships
  • Investigating claims of harassment (Supervisor 2 Hour Course, only)
  • Special on-site maintenance situations
  • What does and doesn’t constitute sexual harassment
  • Policies to include in your employment manual regarding harassment, as well as for on-site situations (Supervisor 2 Hour Course, only)
  • Avoiding and dealing with retaliation (Supervisor 2 Hour Course, only)
  • Preventing harassment in the office and on-site
  • Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sexual Orientation
  • Hostile Environment – Bullying: what it is, it’s effect and handling

Fee: Members: $100 Non-Members: $200 Credit Card payment required for Non-Members
 
Contact Stephanie Alonzo, stephanie@sfaa.org or Maria Shea, maria@sfaa.org to register.
When
10/16/2019 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where
Fort Mason Center Bldg C, Room#205 San Francisco, CA 94103 UNITED STATES

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