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Harassment For Managers: A New Look California

Product Description

Updated to include information on AB1825 standards as of April 2016.

Harassment for Managers: A New Look (California) examines the more recent forms of harassment and explains how to prevent them. The program uses vivid re-enactments to demonstrate:

  • Quid pro quo, tangible employment action, and hostile environment
  • Abusive conduct such as bullying and digital harassment
  • Humor, third-party harassment, and age-discrimination
  • The need to train and communicate policies
  • The impact of harassment and warning signs
  • Manager's responsibilities and obligations
  • FEHA requirements:
    • Definitions of harassment
    • Special provisions
    • Complaint procedures
    • Differences from EEOC requirements

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • Informative training points and bonus material for refresher or training talks
  • Video-enriched training organized by learning objectives that facilitates discussion
  • A printable Leader's Guide.

This course was developed with the assistance of a practicing attorney in the state of California and has been updated to include the changes to California law AB 1825. More than two hours in duration, this program examines the more recent forms of harassment, shows how to prevent them, and helps your managers comply with FEHA requirements. It uses a storyline approach to help supervisors and managers identify, avoid, and circumvent harassment in the workplace. Managers will learn about the traditional types of harassment such as sexual and gender, as well as newer forms of harassment in the workplace such as bullying, third-party harassment, and digital harassment such as sexting.


  • Course Overview

Recognizing Harassment

  • What is Harassment?
  • Discrimination Laws
  • Generations at Work
  • Bullying in the Workplace
  • Workplace Digital Harassment
  • Using Humor at Work
  • Third Party Harassment

Preventing Harassment

  • Preventing Harassment in Your Workplace

Handling a Complaint

  • Taking the Compliant Seriously
  • Investigate Promptly
  • Follow-up
  • Filing a Complaint with Government Agencies

FEHA Requirements

  • Definitions of Harassment
  • Special Provisions
  • Complaint Procedures
  • Differences from EEOC Requirements

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