An amendment to the Sexual Harassment Law now requires preventative trainings to avoid workplace bullying

An organization’s productivity may be undermined by workplace bullying. Furthermore, it threatens the organization’s legitimate business interests and is proven to cause reduced performance of employees. Consenting to such behavior could also be costly on the part of the organization […]

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California Law Amends Requirements on Conducting Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

AB1825 orders employers with at least 50 employees to undergo two hours of sexual harassment training to supervisory employees. It was amended by AB2053 to provide additional abusive conduct training to the modules. Furthermore such trainings are to be required […]

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