Protect Your Workplace with Interactive Sexual Harassment Training
Many states, like California, through bill AB1825, have two-hour sexual harassment training requirements. But those two hours are wasted if the training is dull, outdated or full of legalese that employees don’t understand. In fact, under AB1825, employers must train full-time and part-time employees with 2 hours of interactive sexual harassment training, so putting up posters, handing out brochures and playing videos is not enough.
Companies need to invest in quality, interactive sexual harassment training that engages employees and truly educates them on their responsibilities so there are no gray areas.
The Network’s two-hour course, “Discrimination & Harassment: Maintaining Respect,” provides a an effective employee training experience.
Our contemporary, vector-animated style, with audio throughout the course, provides an engaging and memorable training experience that will make your sexual harassment training program more thoughtful and effective. The course can be cost effectively translated into multiple languages. And, it is fully compliant with state-mandated two-hour training requirements in California, Maine and Connecticut.