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Tip of the Month

Yes, You Need a Harassment Prevention Policy

All California employers must develop and distribute a written harassment, discrimination and retaliation prevention policy — it’s the law. But not just any policy will do — it must meet 10 different requirements, which include 12 protected classes under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and a detailed complaint process, to name a few. And beyond the legality, a policy should inform your employees of two things: that the company won’t tolerate any disrespectful and unprofessional conduct, and that it takes harassment claims seriously.

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#RespectWorks Harassment Prevention Resource Bundle

By joining you'll receive our Free Harassment Prevention Resource Bundle which includes:

  • Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Prevention Policy
  • Harassment Prevention Policy Implementation Checklist
  • #RespectWorks poster in English and Spanish

Use these resources, shown below, to help your business implement a harassment prevention policy, as a reference to evaluate your current policies and process, and to help maintain a culture of respect throughout your workplace.

You can also look forward to receiving a monthly email with the #RespectWorks Tip of the Month to help you maintain a respectful and harassment-free workplace.

Harassment, Discrimination and
Retaliation Prevention Policy


Harassment Prevention Policy
Implementation Checklist


Harassment Has No Place
in Our Workplace Poster



Mandatory Harassment Training

CalChamber also offers online harassment prevention courses for both supervisors and employees. Visit the store to see more details.

 



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