SEXUAL HARASSMENT & ABUSIVE CONDUCT PREVENTION TRAINING
Sexual harassment training is mandatory by law for all organizations, but the most important goal is to create a safe and harassment-free environment for all employees. This training session will review what constitutes sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention in the workplace and develop the skills necessary for a positive and safe work environment. This training program is particularly important in the case of a new supervisor from another country with a different cultural background and language and needs training done in their preferred language.
TRAINING REQUIRED BY LAW
In August 2014 California’s governor signed AB 2053 into law. The new law requires employers to cover “abusive conduct” in their harassment prevention training, which is required under AB 1825.
Notably, AB 2053 requires training but does not make abusive conduct itself unlawful.
The amendment did not formally add “abusive conduct” as a protected category under FEHA; rather, it amended only the training requirement.
But, even if bullying is not directed at an employee because of a protected characteristic, it is still possible for a bullied employee to pursue a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress.
OUR PROGRAMS ARE EFFECTIVE
Our programs are effective because they are adapted and designed for bilingual and bi-cultural Hispanics employees. Our teaching techniques include practical lectures, exercises, games, motivation, self-esteem exercises, real-case analysis and immediate application, both in the workplace and in the personal lives of participants.
Another important component of the effectiveness of our training is the immediate rapport that our experienced trainer, Eduardo Figueroa, develops with participants, managers, and others involved in the decision-making process.
- Length of training: 3 hours each session
- Participants: Leads, Supervisors, and managers
- Group size: up to 20 participants each group
- Language: Spanish or English
SEXUAL HARASSMENT & ABUSIVE CONDUCT PREVENTION
- What it is Sexual Harassment
- What is abusive conduct
- How to prevent it
- What to do in case of Harassment
- Writing Test
WHY ONE SHOULD TALK ABOUT SEXUAL HARASSMENT
- It’s illegal, a form of discrimination.
- It impedes good productivity, teamwork, and positive worker morale.
- It causes more personnel to quit and damages the company’s reputation, sales and, therefore, earnings.
- Cases of sexual harassment have doubled in the last decade.
- The cost of a lawsuit/claim is from $55,000 to $150,000.
- Analysis of real situations
- Case studies
EXAMPLES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT
• Employment Law – Sexual Harassment: Plaintiff, a 36-year old female, claimed she was sexually harassed by her supervisor, a long-term employee, for a period of one year. The alleged sexual harassment included the defendant supervisor making verbal sexual comments, sexual explicit suggestions and sexual advances. Plaintiff complained to her supervisor and sued for sexual harassment and hostile work environment.
Result: Jury verdict in favor of Plaintiff for $432,500.00.
• Employment Law – Sexual Harassment: Plaintiff, female, sued her employer for gender discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Plaintiff had complained, some years earlier, regarding sexual harassment she had experienced at work. After her complaints, she was denied a promotion and that position was given to a male. Additionally, Plaintiff claimed that she was the victim of retaliation for her sexual harassment complaint, including harassing remarks.
Result: $175,000 settlement in favor of plaintiff.
Cases courtesy of www.eeoc.gov
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