Sexual Harassment: A High Price to Pay
Encino, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2004 -
California employers looking for a ready compliance solution for the new California law on sexual harassment training (AB 1825) will find quick and easy one-stop shopping at the BusinessTrainingMedia.com website. BTM offers free previews of a variety sexual harassment training programs that meet all the directives of the new law. Those requirements include that training be provided by trainers with Âknowledge and expertiseÂ and that training include Âpractical examples aimed at instructing supervisors in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.Â
The new law requires California employers with 50 or more employees to provide two hours of sexual harassment training to all supervisors once every two years. An important feature of the law is that merely sitting supervisors down and showing them a video or requiring them to do some reading would probably not be enough to satisfy the lawÂs requirement for "classroom Â or Â effective interactive training and education." But that requirement and more are met by BTMÂs state-of-the-art products.
ÂOur training programs are a turn-key answer to the challenge of compliance with this new law. Here are some of the key benefits our training programs offer: facilitator guides (no need to develop a course from scratch); participant workbooks; PowerPoint presentations; group exercises; case studies; role plays; and certificates of completion,Â said Myron Curry, president of BTM. WhatÂs more, BTMÂs four most popular programs, "Sexual Harassment: A High Price to Pay," "It's Not Just About Sex Anymore," "Patterns" " and "Sexual Harassment? You Decide" are available in a single free preview package at http://www.business-marketing.com/store/sexualharassment.html#307. Also available at the BTM website are free articles on sexual harassment and a host of other critical compliance and management issues.
Formed in 1998, BusinessTrainingMedia.com provides workforce and business-development training programs designed exclusively for corporate trainers, managers, executives, educators, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and human resource professionals. The companyÂs corporate training Website features more than 5000 workforce-training videos, DVDs, instructor-led workshops, live seminars, books and interactive computer-based learning programs. BusinessTrainingMedia.com has more than 4000 customers worldwide, including AT&T, Amazon.com, 3M, IBM, Bank of America, Disney Worldwide, FedEx, United States Postal Service, Yahoo!, Sprint, University of Arizona, Penn State University and others.
Through a partnership with Seminar Information Services, BTM provides access to over 360,000 live seminars and workshops listed annually. Subscribers can enroll online. Among the more than 500 seminar providers in the BTM database are the American Management Association, Karrass Seminars, Skillpath Seminars, Padgett-Thompson, UCLA, University of Michigan, and the Wharton School, to name a few. In addition, BTM offers a growing online library of free business management, training, and compliance articles.
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