California SB 1343 / SB 530 Package #1 - 2024

Package #1 [1 - 10 Employees]

With this package you are able to train up to 10 employees on one single payment with no additional per-user fees. This package provides access to both the employee (1 Hour) and manager/supervisor (2 Hour) versions of SB 1343 (aka AB1825) and SB 530 with no additional fees. This package lasts for 1 year from the date of purchase. If your company grows beyond what you have forecast, don't worry! We will simply upgrade your package anytime during the 1-year term

Multi-Language Version

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese
  • Hearing Impaired

Course Overview

With rising costs for live training that slow down a companies production, this online video course was developed to lower costs, lessen down time, and preserve company culture. With the #metoo movement, legal scandals, and new employment laws, this course will satisfy California’s Sexual Harassment regulation SB 1343, SB 530 and SB 396.

Course Topics

  • Why this educational course is important to you and your employer.
  • What is discrimination and harassment under federal and state law.
  • What is the difference between discrimination/ harassment and the components that identify each of them.
  • Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Sexual Orientation, and Transgender discrimination awareness.
  • Explanation of two types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile work environment. 
  • Developing concepts in sexual harassment. Who can be guilty of sexual harassment? 
  • What to do if you are accused of sexual harassment.
  • Where can harassment occur?
  • Abusive Conduct in the workplace.
  • Presentation of sexual harassment through visual scenarios.  
  • The impact and effects of harassment at work.
  • Explanation of retaliation in the workplace and ways to prevent it. Protected Activities.
  • How to address workplace harassment.
  • Additional topics for managers/supervisors:

  • Your responsibility as a supervisor.
  • What to do when receiving a complaint.
  • Importance of documentation when conducting an investigation or receiving a complaint.
  • What not to do when receiving a complaint.
  • Why employees might not complain.
  • “Off the record” complaints.
  • Preventing email harassment.
  • What to do if you are personally accused of sexual harassment.
  • What are adverse employment actions?
  • Supervisor’s duties regarding retaliation. 

    2019 Employment Laws:

  • SB 1343 & SB 530 amends sections 12950 and 12950.1 of Government Code—also known as AB 1825. SB 1343 SB 530 amends the code to apply to employers with five or more employees as well as requiring ALL employees—both supervisory and non-supervisory—to complete the training.
  • California Companies with 5 or more employees need to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees and supervisors within 6 months of hire or promotion by January 1, 2021.
  • Post an updated Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) poster on discrimination in a prominent and accessible location in the workplace.
  • Post a poster developed by DFEH regarding transgender rights in a prominent and accessible location in the workplace.
  • Distribute a DFEH developed information sheet to employees, delivered in a manner that ensures distribution to each employee, such as including the information sheet or information with an employee’s pay.
  • The deadline for all companies to comply with the new California state laws and training requirements is January 1, 2021. Check this too.

  • Who Should Take This Course:

                • Employees, managers, supervisors, executives, and owners of companies.
                • Construction Industry & Apprentice / Journey Level Workers
                • Insurance, and Legal professionals who specialize in providing Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) - up to 2 California CE and MCLE credits.
                • Human Resource professionals seeking current and relevant training on California's Workplace Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation prevention. Earn up to 2 HRCI and SHRM credits.
                • Dental Professionals seeking CA Dental Board Credits. Earn up to 2 credits. 

    What to expect:

                      • This course complies with all California 2020 requirements for SB 530, AB 1825 and SB 1343.
                      • Package Includes employee 1 hour and manager 2 hour.
                      • Full admin control to add/delete employees.
                      • Tracking employee performance, with completion % and test scores.
                      • Users may retake the course until you pass with 70% or higher.
                      • Subscription includes unlimited viewings for 1 year.
                      • If taking for Insurance CE credits, note you can only obtain credits from the 1 hour or the 2 hour, but not both.

      Course Details

                      • HRCI Credits (up to 2)
                      • SHRM Credits (up to 2)
                      • MCLE Credits (up to 2)
                      • CA DOI CE Credits (up to 2)
                      • CA Dental Board (up to 2)
                      • Course Duration: 60 or 120 Minutes
                      • Instructor: Dean Rocco Esq.