Any supervisor training courses purchased or assigned as of April 1, 2016, will reflect recent amendments to the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
April 1 content updates to this fully compliant course include:
- Expanded definitions of gender, including transgender, gender expression and gender identity
- Lessons to help supervisors recognize harassment and respond appropriately
- Updated mandatory harassment, discrimination and retaliation prevention policy with specific provisions required by law for all California employers, as well as a required confirmation of receipt
California companies with 50 or more employees are required by law to provide two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisors in California within six months of hire or promotion, and every two years thereafter.
Regardless of company size, CalChamber recommends harassment prevention training for all supervisors and employees. Just ask any employer blindsided by a workplace harassment lawsuit—the financial costs are enormous, not to mention the damage to a company's reputation, employee morale and productivity.
CalChamber's online supervisor course for individual learning meets state training requirements, making it easy to educate employees and fulfill your compliance.
Engaging videos provide relevant content and cover real workplace issues such as false accusations, harassment by a vendor and harassment based on ethnicity.
Bilingual: Learners can take the self-paced course in English or Spanish.
We've updated our Learning Management System (LMS)—giving administrators greater flexibility to create and auto-generate custom reports and email notifications; upload learners and assign training at the same time, and much more.