The recent passage of [State Bill] SB 1343 expands the [Assembly Bill] AB1825 training requirement, mandating all employers with five or more employees to provide two hours of anti-harassment training for supervisory staff, and one hour of anti-harassment training for non-supervisory employees. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.
Please note: This pertains to all job codes, job classification, exempt and non-exempt (including non-supervisory, individual contributor roles).
Our Web-Based event is a ‘live’ session facilitated by a Harassment Avoidance trainer.
These sessions are being offered at no cost. To register, simply click on the date(s) below that fits your schedule:
Please Note: Each individual registration via this form requires a unique email address. If you need to register multiple individuals using a common email or need to register a large group, please send a list with FIRST NAME, LAST NAME, EMAIL, LANGUAGE, SESSION DATE to firstname.lastname@example.org and your registration will be acknowledged in a reply email with instructions for joining the webinar.
Classes in EnglishThursdays, 1 pm - 3 pm
Classes in Spanish
Designed specifically for the Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturer, this comprehensive 2-hour course will cover the following topics:
Included in our materials are specific sections, examples and risk mitigation recommendations on workplace bullying, cyber-bullying, stalking, cyber-stalking, harassment via social media, and workplace violence. Supervisory/management sections of our training include awareness and coaching on incident reporting, how to investigate reports, interviewing victims and witnesses, confidentiality in the process, etc. Training is both CA State & Federal guideline-developed.
These services are partially funded by the California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business Technical Assistance Program.
Upon completion of the webinar, your company will be sent a third-party survey from our funding partner. This survey is confidential and is used to capture the economic impacts of our projects.
CMTC will facilitate an HR Audit in your organization, beginning with an HR Audit Survey to help you prepare. We then conduct an on-site audit of policies/procedures and identify areas of exposure, which we use to propose recommendations that protect you and your employees.
CMTC will work with you to develop an Employee Handbook, customized with client details and State/Federal requirements. Using HR coaching during the development process, we will create an action plan for client roll-out, and provide handbook translations if needed.
CMTC will provide you with reward and recognition Best Practices, and facilitate program sessions with your teams. No matter your budget, we will help your company improve program design and client roll-out.
CMTC will organize a Harassment Avoidance training session, on your site or ours, and facilitate interactive sessions per State/Federal law. We can conduct sessions for businesses with large or small employee bases, and provide Certificates of Completion for each participant.
CMTC will assess your company’s needs and provide individualized HR solutions on a consultancy basis. Please contact us for information on a specific analysis and assessment.
CMTC customizes candidate searches to meet your company’s needs. Our method incorporates a defined approach that results in consistency, operational excellence and legal compliance. Each candidate participates in a rigorous vetting process, designed to ensure that they meet or exceed position requirements. CMTC maps candidate skill sets with positions and uses proven methodologies for best-in-class talent acquisition, placement, and high client satisfaction for each project.
For more information, contact us for a complimentary consultation to review your needs and provide innovative solutions for your business.