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Sexual Harassment Training

Satisfies California's training requirement

This will be an interactive two-hour sexual harassment training with: •Current examples, dilemmas •Best practice strategies •Update on new laws/requirements including bullying, gender identity and gender expression, and social media issues. This program will satisfy California training requirements for supervisors.: • A definition of unlawful conduct under FEHA and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. • FEHA and Title VII provisions and case law principles concerning the prohibition against and the prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation in employment. • The types of conduct that constitute sexual harassment. • Remedies available for sexual harassment victims in civil actions and potential employer or individual liability. • Strategies to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. • An explanation about the limited confidentiality of the complaint process. • Practical examples that illustrate sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation. • Resources for victims of harassment. • The employer's obligation to conduct an effective workplace investigation of a harassment complaint and take remedial measures to correct harassing behavior. • A supervisor's obligation to report any complaints of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation of which they're aware to a designated corporate representative, such as a human resource professional, so the employer may try to resolve the claim internally. • How to prevent abusive conduct. • What the supervisor should do if he or she is personally accused of harassment. • The essential elements of an anti-harassment policy, and how to use it if a complaint is filed. Speaker: Mark A. Vegh Wells Small Fleharty & Weil Mark A. Vegh received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Oregon State University (B.S. 1982 with High Honors) and a Juris Doctor Degree from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College (J.D. 1986). He was admitted to the State Bar of Oregon in 1986 State Bar of Washington in 1987 and the State Bar of California in 1994. Mr. Vegh has authored several publications and articles related to employment and labor law and has conducted more than 1000 seminars and training sessions for employers in several states. Practice Areas: Employment and Labor Law Counseling and Litigation (2 sessions 8:30-10:30/11:00-1:00) 

Date & Time

October 11, 2018

8:30AM - 1:00PM

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Event Website

530-225-2004

NVEAC Members $30.00/Non-members $40.00

Community & Neighborhood Shasta County Siskiyou County Trinity County Tehama County Butte County

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