California Sexual Harassment Training

California Sexual Harassment Training

Atana's comprehensive California-specific sexual harassment prevention training features captivating video segments that engage learners. Manager and Employee courses include wrap-around instruction that ensures all California sexual harassment prevention training requirements are met.

Atana's comprehensive California-specific sexual harassment prevention training features captivating video segments that engage learners. Manager and Employee courses include wrap-around instruction that ensures all California sexual harassment prevention training requirements are met.

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Comply with California Sexual Harassment Prevention Requirements

Organizations employing 5 or more employees, including temp and seasonal workers, are required to provide sexual harassment training to all employees and managers.

The Laws

  • California law (Government Code 129501.1) requires all employers of 5 or more employees to provide 1 hour of sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to non-supervisory employees and 2 hours of sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to supervisors and managers.
  • SB 1343 requires sexual harassment prevention training for all employees. It updates AB 1825 which requires sexual harassment training for managers.
  • SB 396 added gender identity, gender expression, LGBT and sexual orientation awareness as a mandatory topic and requires the training to include practical examples of harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
  • Amendment AB 2053 added abusive conduct as a mandatory training topic.

Employee Requirement

  • 1 hour of training, every 2 years
  • Training may be completed in segments as long as the total training time requirement is met within the two-year period
  • Temporary and seasonal employees must be trained within 30 days of hire or within 100 hours worked, whichever comes first

Manager Requirement  

  • 2 hours of training, every 2 years
  • Training may be completed in segments as long as the total training time requirement is met within the two-year period
  • New supervisors must be trained within 6 months of hire or promotion to supervisor

Additional Requirements in CA  

  • SB 396: Harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation
  • Formal complaint process and contact information for CA
  • Employee recourse/remedies
  • AB 2053: Abusive conduct
  • Mandatory reporting (managers)
  • What to do if accused (managers)

Once & For All  meets all California sexual harassment training requirements and more by:

 

  • Teaching desired workplace behaviors, such as speaking up about inappropriate behaviors, setting and maintaining professional boundaries, and seeking support from a manager or HR when needed.
  • Providing a pre-measurement module that captures a baseline of your organization’s knowledge and stance on sexual harassment prevention.
  • Delivering actionable insights that will enable your organization to identify opportunities for growth on desirable outcomes.
  • Offering a powerful Manager course (as well as Employee version) that zeroes in on changing the behaviors of managers who must effectively handle sexual harassment complaints and set the tone for a respectful workplace.

 

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Once & For All  meets all California sexual harassment training requirements and more by:

 

  • Teaching desired workplace behaviors, such as speaking up about inappropriate behaviors, setting and maintaining professional boundaries, and seeking support from a manager or HR when needed.
  • Providing a pre-measurement module that captures a baseline of your organization’s knowledge and stance on sexual harassment prevention.
  • Delivering actionable insights that will enable your organization to identify opportunities for growth on desirable outcomes.
  • Offering a powerful Manager course (as well as Employee version) that zeroes in on changing the behaviors of managers who must effectively handle sexual harassment complaints and set the tone for a respectful workplace.

 

 


Course Features

  • 7x award-winning video segments
  • Self-assessments and activities developed by experts in organizational research and instructional design with 30+ years of experience
  • Knowledge checks that go beyond information retention to truly understand behavioral intent
  • Behavioral theory backed by science implemented into the course that can be measured and tracked to show progress over time

Course Previews

Note: Once & For All is fully interactive eLearning. The course previews below show a learner would progress through the course. It does not include all the behavioral and knowledge-based questions. To demo the eLearning course in its entirety, please contact us.

California Employee Course

California Manager Course


Multi-State Deployment

If your organization has employees in California as well as in states with a different or no sexual harassment training mandate, we will work with you to ensure the most effective deployment possible. Many organizations in this situation train employees with state-version courses where needed, then use general courses for staff in states without mandates.  Other versions of Once & For All include: Colorado, Connecticut, Chicago/Illinois, DC, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, New York, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

See our Interactive Compliance Guide and Requirements Matrix for specifics on how Once & For All meets California, and other, state training mandates.