California SB 1343 / SB 530 Package #4 - 2024

Package #4 [1-200 Employees]

With this package you are able to train up to 200 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 530 and SB 1343 (aka AB1825) 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 530, SB 1343 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.