Live 90-Minute Webinar:
Sexual Harassment Investigations From A to Z
Friday, February 23, 2018, 10 a.m.
Do you know what to do the moment an employee informs you of sexual harassment?
As a California employer, you have a legal duty to conduct an investigation and take appropriate action.
Online California Harassment Prevention Training
California requires all employers to take steps to prevent harassment.
"Don't turn a blind eye to harassing conduct. As an employer, you can be liable for harassment by supervisors, employees and third parties such as customers, vendors or other persons who may come into contact with your employees."
Erika Pickles, CalChamber Employment Law Counsel and HR Adviser
The #MeToo movement has swept through the nation and raised awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace. With costly sexual harassment allegations shaking up Hollywood, the media, government, and high-profile companies, creating a work culture that doesn't tolerate harassment is an important first step—and CalChamber's convenient online training is your best course of action.
As a not-for-profit, CalChamber is a business advocate and expert HR compliance resource for California employers. Our legislative presence at the State Capitol means we know California employment laws inside and out. We monitor, analyze and report changes as they happen, turning our expertise into products and services that help businesses more easily understand and comply with complex laws and regulations.