Workplace Harassment Training

This course provides participants with the required elements of harassment training. It includes examples of lawful and unlawful conduct, employer and employee liability, the obligation to investigate and take appropriate action in response to harassment and discrimination claims, the supervisor's obligation to report and prevention of harassment claims. This course provides an overview of the agency's harassment policy, as well as relevant state and federal laws governing conduct in the workplace and retaliation. In addition, this course includes a discussion of the impact that unconscious bias has on harassment in the workplace; the importance of diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace; bystander training; and general workplace civility. This course meets the standards mandated by SB 1343, AB 1825, AB 2053 and AB 1661, and is appropriate for supervisors, non-supervisors and local agency officials. If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please contact the California JPIA training division by email,, within two business days of the training date, noting that the Authority is closed on Fridays. (Duration: 3 Hours)
Topics Covered:
  • Quid pro quo harassment
  • Hostile environment harassment
  • Lawful and unlawful conduct
  • Employer and employee liability
  • Obligation to investigate and take appropriate action in response to claims
  • Supervisors obligation to report
  • Prevention of harassment claims
  • Unconscious bias
  • Diversion, inclusion and belonging
  • Bystander training
  • Workplace civility
  • Overview of agency's harassment policy

3 hours
SB 1343, AB 1825, AB 2053 and AB 1661
Who should attend:
Supervisors, non-supervisors and local agency officials
Every 2 Years
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