Labor Law and HR Forum

This event provides an educational update to Chamber members, and provides tips, tools and advice from some of the best attorneys and HR professionals around. This program provides an added value benefit to assist our member companies with knowledge that helps them stay compliant with the ever-changing California labor laws and human resources-related issues.

The State of California has updated their sexual harassment prevention training requirements for California employers. By January 1, 2020, employers with at least five employees (including temporary workers, independent contractors, employees outside of California) must provide two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisory employees and one hour of sexual harassment prevention training to non-supervisory employees. Trainings must be provided once every two years to all employees within six months of assuming either a supervisory or non-supervisory role.

Join us for an interactive session that meets California’s updated training requirements and learn valuable tools to reduce your liability.

Your supervisors and employees will learn how to:

  • Ensure anti-bullying regulations are implemented
  • Prevent harassment and violence in the workplace
  • Report and respond to employee concerns
  • Communicate with other employees about harassment policy