Recognizing Harassment in the Workplace

The first step to preventing harassment in the workplace is knowing how to recognize it when it occurs. This guide will help employees recognize the signs of harassment in the workplace, and understand that harassment is always unacceptable. Let’s start with the basics. Harassment is any unwelcome conduct received in the workplace that is based...

What You Need to Know About SB1343, California’s New Harassment Training Requirements

Sexual Harassment prevention training isn’t new to employers in California, but the number of employers and employees impacted by such training initiatives has grown. Shortly after New York passed legislation requiring that all employees receive annual sexual harassment prevention training, California set about expanding on the previous requirements set forth by AB1825. Is Your Company Impacted...

Workplace Harassment Training Reduces Risk and Increases Productivity

Workplace Harassment Training Reduces Risk and Increases Productivity Workplace harassment comes in many different forms. Most managers instantly think of sexual harassment when workplace harassment is being discussed because it is the most common, or the most well-known, discussed form. The reality is there are other types of harassment that also have to be addressed...