As an attorney who reviewed the BLR on-line training materials and who regularly provides sexual harassment avoidance training to managers and HR professionals, I found the content excellent and the presentation engaging. This program is a good alternative for managers who do not have the time and/or ability to attend live training
OLD SAYBROOK, Conn. (PRWEB) October 29, 2008
"California AB1825 requires two hours of sexual harassment prevention training for California supervisors in ALL businesses that employ 50 or more employees," said Catherine Moreton, J.D. Managing Editor, Human Resources and Compensation, BLR. "To stay in compliance, many HR professionals have had to turn to outside consultants for training, or spend their valuable time researching and designing programs, on top of working around conflicting employee schedules. This is expensive and time consuming and still may not achieve full compliance with AB1825."
The BLR Employee Training Center for California Sexual Harassment Prevention and Response features Web-based training that allows employees to train anytime, anywhere with just a workstation and Internet access, and provides administrators with automatic tracking and documentation of individual employee training and test scores. The Employee Training Center includes:
Interactive real-life scenarios and exercises An Expert Help Link that allows trainees to request information and clarifications from BLR experts related to the course A Policy Acknowledgement that allows the training administrator to either upload their company-specific policies or use a sample policy provided in the course An easy to use online reporting tool that tracks the date, duration, completion, and pass/fail status for employees and delivers an automatically generated completion certificate All of the reports required to be in complete compliance with AB1825 "As an attorney who reviewed the BLR on-line training materials and who regularly provides sexual harassment avoidance training to managers and HR professionals, I found the content excellent and the presentation engaging. This program is a good alternative for managers who do not have the time and/or ability to attend live training," said Allen M. Kato, J.D., Fenwick & West LLP.
BLR is providing a complimentary webinar on Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 2 p.m. For more information or to register for the webinar please visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/149372886
To learn more about the BLR Employee Training Center for California Sexual Harassment Prevention and Response please visit training.blr.com/AB1825-training/index.aspx?source=PRS&effort=130 For media interested in speaking with Catherine Moreton, subject matter expert, please contact Media@BLR.com or 1-800-757-5257 x2442.
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