Harassment Prevention Training

Compliance Alert: On August 30, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 778 into law which extends the training deadline from January 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021. While employers now have until the end of 2020 to train all employees, harassment prevention training is one of many best practices, and CalChamber recommends that employers train their employees now and not wait until the end of next year. Please note, that under the new law, if you already trained your supervisors and nonsupervisory employees in 2019, you won’t need to retrain them until 2021.

If you’d like to conduct your employee training anyway you can always take the online CalChamber training course.

https://store.calchamber.com/10032192-mastcahpt/products/harassment-prevention-training

 

FYI, the Department of Labor is preparing a free employee/employer course that should be ready by this December.

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  10. Do we have to honor an employee's two-week notice period?
  11. Can we tell employees not to discuss politics at work?
  12. When are we required to pay for training?
  13. Are depression and anxiety considered disabilities?
  14. Must Non-Exempt Employees be paid for inclement weather?
  15. Can we discipline Employees for complaining on Social Media?
  16. When are we required to pay for training?
  17. Who is considered an appropriate health care professional for getting documentation about a disability un the Americans with Disabilities Act (ACA)?
  18. What steps should we take if an employee has an accident or gets hurt on the job?
  19. An employee has informed me that they were offended by a suggestive photo a coworker showed them. How should I handle this?
  20. Do we need to pay employees for voluntary, fun events where no work is performed?
  21. Customers have complained about an employee's hygiene. What should we do?