Harassment Prevention

Harassment Prevention

California businesses with 5 or more employees MUST provide harassment prevention training every 2 years (SB1343).  Employees are required to have 1 hour of training.  Supervisors and Managers are required to have 2 hours of training. All employees, including supervisors and managers, must be trained in 2019. Employees trained in 2018 or before must be retrained. For frequently asked questions, read our Fact Sheet.

CEA delivers Harassment Prevention training in many ways:

On Site at your Location

  • Harassment Prevention CA Requirement for Supervisors & Managers -2 hour 
  • Harassment Prevention for Employees - 1 hour
  • Harassment Prevention Training for Boards – 2 hour

Article: Why Boards Should Care About Sexual Harassment

Monthly Webinars: 
Harassment Prevention Webinars are held on the first Thursday of every month.
Supervisor and Employee trainings alternate each month - check the calendar of events for dates.

Online Training:
Learn at your own pace and allows you to leave the training, and pick it up again where you left off.

  • 2 Hour Harassment Prevention CA Requirement for Supervisors & Managers -this course is free to CEA members thru ThinkHR Learn
  • 1 Hour Harassment Prevention for Employees 

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"We just completed our AB 1825 training at our facility for this year. The presentation was informative, professional, and engaging. Most importantly was that our managers and supervisors were encouraged to ask questions at any time and they did. This is so important in the learning process as everyone benefits and keeps our company in compliance with our wonderful California labor laws ..... LOL"
Lisa Edwards Controller
Bowsmith, Inc.

"Our company used CEA for AB 1825 Training and all employees in attendance feedback was very positive.
It was a fast pace, well-informed training, with real-life situations discussed. We will definitely be using CEA for future trainings."
DeeAnn Enlow, Human Resources
Foothill Fire Protection Inc.



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