California Preventing Workplace Harassment for Employees
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Sexual harassment and abusive conduct continue to remain real workplace problems. Media stories and studies clarify the high toll that this misconduct takes on targeted employees, coworkers and the overall work environment. A workplace that allows--and even encourages--such conduct cannot promote respect for all employees to obtain their best performance. California has enacted laws that require employers with 5 or more employees to train all employees on sexual harassment prevention, response, and the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace. All employees need to understand their role in promoting a healthy workplace, preventing sexual harassment and effectively responding to such misconduct when it occurs.