CEU’s: 3 for ARF, GH,RCFE, STRTP
APPROVED FOR LAWS, REGULATION & POLICY
Sexual harassment on the job can create a great deal of stress for workers. Use this course to help supervisors and employees understand the gravity of harassment and provide training for prevention and complaint management under California law.
Supervisors understand their roles in preventing workplace harassment and handling harassment complaints with this informative course. Video and text lessons provide in-depth details about harassment law in California, types of workplace harassment, procedures and policies for employees and supervisors, risk management, prevention and so much more. Supervisors can gain the knowledge needed to develop and implement workplace harassment policies and procedures as well as steps to take in prevention and during the complaint process. Self-assessment quizzes and chapter exams are available to assess knowledge of lesson concepts.
|Types of Workplace Harassment||Explore types of workplace harassment, including quid pro quo harassment, internet and email harassment and sexual harassment.|
|Personal Relationships in the Workplace||Examine differences between flirting and sexual harassment, co-worker dating and breakups and how to create and maintain a respectful workplace.|
|Harassment Policies & Procedures for Supervisors & Employees||Detail the steps involved in a harassment complaint, ways to ensure privacy in the complaint process, how to prevent sexual harassment, the meaning of retaliation in the workplace and use anti-harassment policies if a complaint is filed.|
|Vicarious Liability & Sexual Harassment||Discover the meaning of vicarious liability and the impact it can have on supervisors is explored.|
|Risk Management for Sexual Harassment||Take a close look at how to develop a sexual harassment policy, implement sexual harassment complaint procedures, prevent and correct supervisor harassment, manage the EEOC sexual harassment complaint process and understand affirmative defense in sexual harassment litigation.|
|Sexual Harassment & California Law||Find out about hostile work environments, work locations where sexual harassment could occur, definition of a legal harasser according to California law, workplace discrimination and retaliation, statistics for workplace sexual harassment and the emotional and professional impact and legal consequences of sexual harassment.|
Navigating Through The Course:
- Please follow the course in order i.e. Start with Module 1, then Module 2 etc – you will not be allowed to jump ahead.
- Read or listen the material and watch all videos, if applicable, and lastly complete quizzes if any.
- You must obtain, at least, 70% on each quiz to move forward to the next section. You can retake the quiz as many times as necessary.
- NOTE: Each page is timed, see top right hand corner of page for timer. You will not be able to advance forward, until you have completed all the work on each page and the timer has run out.
- PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CLICK ON THE “MARK COMPLETE” ICON ON EACH PAGE, ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED THAT PAGE. You can only do this once the timer runs out.
You can also Navigate through the course using the Blue navigation pane, on the top left side of your window.
You can collapse the Navigation pane,
by toggling it.