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AB 1825 Training by Berliner Cohen – 2015 Compliance Year

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Berliner Cohen is currently taking sign-ups for its “Recognizing and Preventing Sexual Harassment” training programs, and will be scheduling dates for sessions throughout 2015.

California law requires that employers of 50 or more employees provide interactive training on “Recognizing and Preventing Sexual Harassment” at least every two years.  For many employers, 2015 is a designated training year. For over ten years, Berliner Cohen has provided live, on-site training that fully complies with the statutory requirements, on a fixed fee basis regardless of the number of attendees.  Even if your company has fewer than 50 employees, effective training bolsters an employer’s defense should a claim of harassment be made.

Berliner Cohen’s unique and interactive format incorporates video segments and mock jury deliberations which focus on troubling issues such as misuse of social media, workplace “bullying” and the expanded requirement of preventing “abusive conduct.”

For 10 or more employees, Berliner Cohen’s employment attorneys offer private training sessions for individual employers at a location of the employer’s choosing.  Private training sessions are customized for the individual employer’s policies and practices.  In addition, private training sessions can be designed for presentation to an employer’s entire workforce so that all employees benefit from the learning experience.

For training information, contact:
Christine Long,
Kara Arguello,
Maria Gonzalez,
Sabina Hall,