This is the third of a series of educational events. Our last two topics will include:
Our next Business Education Series topic will cover:
Management Required Sexual Harassment Training (a small fee applies) and Avoiding, Answering and Resolving DFEH Claims (no cost for Chamber Members)
State law requires all employers of 5 or more employees to provide all supervisors with 2 hours of interactive training on the causes and prevention of sexual harassment. This includes temporary workers and independent contractors working on your company's premises. And new supervisors must be trained within six months of hire. Belden Blaine Raytis, LLP, is offering training to meet the requirements of AB1825. Our training is filled with examples and practical tips so that the employer can be in the best position to make sure harassment does not occur in the workplace, and to respond appropriately if it does occur.
- Managing Leaves of Absence and Understanding EDD/Unemployment (October 22)
- Conducting Internal Investigations and Safety and Security Responsibilities (November 19)
Thank you to our Presenters and Location Host