Harassment prevention can be a difficult topic to tackle in-house. Knowing what constitutes harassment and how to prevent it can be difficult for managers to determine. Furthermore, employees may be uncomfortable—or even unwilling—to openly discuss harassment with managers. You need a human resources consulting firm with the experience and expertise to provide harassment prevention training.
The Works Consulting provides AB 1825 (California's sexual harassment training law) compliant training as required by law. AB 1825 makes it mandatory for every California employer that has fifty or more employees to provide supervisory employees with two hours of sexual harassment training every two years. In addition, newly hired or promoted supervisors must be trained within six months from hire or promotion date. We exceed the provisions of the law to ensure that every employee—from line-level staff to executive management—is thoroughly trained on proper workplace behavior.
What Makes The Works Consulting Different?
We approach harassment prevention training from both a legal and corporate culture perspective. You want to protect yourself against lawsuits, but you also want to cultivate a working environment that is both professional and personable for all employees. The Works Consulting harassment prevention training is about more than following the law; it is about knowing the right thing to do with regards to the treatment of coworkers. It’s about maintaining a positive work environment and having fun, while still being respectful of others.
Harassment prevention training is a requirement, but it doesn’t have to be a chore. The Works Consulting’s harassment prevention training is comprehensive and highly interactive to ensure that employees are actively engaged in learning harassment laws and acceptable workplace behavior.
The interactive training workshop includes relevant harassment examples and hypothetical situations, quizzes, and discussion. The training is taught by subject matter experts who have substantial practical experience providing training in harassment, discrimination, and retaliation prevention.
Harassment prevention training is essential for developing appropriate workplace behaviors and building positive relationships while maintaining compliance with AB 1825.
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