California’s Assembly Bill (AB) 2053: What Changes Take Effect on January 1, 2015

AB 2053 is a new California state law that specifies that sexual harassment training must “also include prevention of abusive conduct as a component of the training and education.” Starting January 1, 2015, employers must train supervisors on abusive conduct in addition to the regular sexual harassment prevention training.
Attend this webinar to learn the new rules and what you must do to comply with AB 2053 in the state of California. This webinar will also provide a short overview of California’s sexual harassment training requirements, and how the Risk Management Center can help your organization be compliant.California is the first state to require employers to train on abusive conduct. California also has the most rigorous requirements for sexual harassment training, so their standards are often used by organizations throughout the country as a best practices standard.


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