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This course satisfies the requirements by state law (California AB1825 and AB2053). This two-hour Workplace Harassment Prevention training addresses current issues and challenges for today’s Supervisors/Managers within the grocery industry specifically.
This introductory course will help you gain a better understanding of how sexual harassment is defined. It will help you understand the legal framework, the lines between sexual harassment and innocent conduct; the steps employers must take to prevent sexual harassment, and the consequences if those steps are not taken. It will; help you identify federal and state laws regarding discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace; the support provided by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing; define sexual harassment and recognize behaviors that might be considered sexual harassment; differentiate between sexual harassment and unprofessional behavior; identify examples of retaliation and recognize when it is occurring; apply managerial actions to help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace; explain preventative measures employers can take to prevent and correct sexual harassment; and outline the proper procedures for reporting and responding to sexual harassment complaints to promote a discrimination-free and harassment-free workplace.
Course Length: 150 minutes (approx. 2 hours, 30 minutes)
Elizabeth Stallard, J.D., is a partner in the labor and employment practice group at Downey Brand, LLP, representing management in all aspects of employment law and in litigation and administrative proceedings. A seasoned and creative problem-solver, Liz advises clients with workforce management issues, provides workplace trainings in the areas of harassment and worker safety, and efficiently resolves complex employment and business disputes either through litigation or alternative dispute resolution. She has a long and demonstrated record of successful and effective advocacy in front of state and federal courts in both California and Nevada, including serving as lead trial counsel in both states. Liz received her Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law.
FINAL EXAM AND CERTIFICATE:
At the end of this course, you will be required to take a final exam. You must score 100% on the exam to receive a certificate of completion. You will have will unlimited attempts to pass the exam.