In-Person Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in Pasadena

Monday, September 17, 2018 at 08:30 AM — 12:30 PM

 

In-Person Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in Pasadena

 

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Meet our experts, Jennifer Shaw and Erika Frank, in person for a half-day, in-depth training seminar at the Hilton Pasadena on Monday, September 17, 2018: “Lead the Charge: Preventing Sexual Harassment in Your California Workplace.” Ideal for HR managers, business owners and California supervisors, CalChamber's interactive training event debunks common myths about sexual harassment. Misconceptions about what is and is not sexual harassment can get even the most law-abiding employer into trouble. Be a part of the culture shift that stops sexual harassment in the workplace before it starts. Register online today or call (800) 331-8877

8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

In-depth and in person, this interactive seminar is ideal for HR managers, business owners and California supervisors. (Seating is limited.)

Seminar Description

What's considered sexual harassment by law in California is not always obvious. Misconceptions about what is and is not sexual harassment can get even the most law-abiding employer into trouble.

To truly prevent sexual harassment in the workplace, employers and employees must understand what constitutes as sexual harassment, why employees shy away from lodging complaints, and when complaints are made, how to address them properly.

“This seminar is a great opportunity to debunk the common myths associated with workplace harassment and learn how to lead the charge in preventing harassment from happening in your office,” says Erika Frank, co-presenter and CalChamber executive vice president, legal affairs and general counsel.

Attend this expert-led seminar to:

  • Discuss common myths about harassment in the workplace—for instance, that most sexual harassment complaints involve unwelcomed touching; or that only victims of sexual harassment are obligated to report unlawful conduct.
  • Review legal requirements and necessary action steps when responding to sexual harassment complaints.
  • Learn about workplace behaviors that are considered harassing conduct or may create or contribute to unlawful sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • Participate in role-playing exercises.
  • Take away information that assists in preventing as well as effectively acting on inappropriate conduct.
  • Satisfy California-mandated supervisor training for employers with 50 or more employees, reviewing practical examples of harassment in the workplace and ways employers can address and prevent future conduct and legal claims.

Seminar Features

Location

Pasadena

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