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Sexual Harassment: What Managers Need To Know – SS2019AE (10 min.)

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California requires company policy to be written and distributed to employees during training.
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Claims of sexual harassment should remain confidential.
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Management is never involved in sexual harassment.
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Retaliation for sexual harassment claims is allowable.
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California does not require documentation of training.
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Sexual harassment claims can only be filed by women.
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Failure to respond to a complaint can result in your company being liable for monetary damages.
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Not all claims of sexual harassment should be taken seriously.
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Your company should have a complaint policy in place.
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California requires training in all harassment and discrimination areas, not just sexual harassment.
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Sexual harassment is always done by men to women.
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It is not necessary to hear both sides of the story to decide if sexual harassment has occurred.
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In California, training is not mandatory for all employees.
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Sexual harassment is only valid if touching was involved.