Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Every company in California with 5 or more employees anywhere must provide sexual harassment prevention training to your California employees within 2019, then again every 2 years.

On-Demand Webinars

On-demand webinars are a favorite with our clients because they allow you and your employee to decide when it's most convenient to have the training. Whether you choose 6:00am or 4:30pm, it's totally up to you. Since we're not online with your employee during the training, they are welcome to email us at Training@HRjungle.com with any questions they may have from the training.

      Starting at $12.95/person (or unlimited use for $125/week or $400/month)

Live Webinars

We will also be presenting live webinars periodically that are compliant with California's AB1825 and SB1343. This training is very interactive and employees will have ample time to ask questions. What's great is that webinars allow your employees to actually talk with the trainer in the comfort of their office or home.

Live Webinar Fees
2 Hour Supervisory 1 Hour Non-Supervisory
Clients = $35.00 per Employee Clients = $20.00 per Employee
Non-Clients = $45.00 per Employee Non-Clients = $30.00 per Employee

10% Discount for 3 employees from same company for the same webinar
15% Discount for 5+ employees from same company for the same webinar
20% Discount for 10+ employees from same company for the same webinar

Webinars On Your Schedule = $450 for supervisory and $250 for non-supervisory

Email us to request a webinar for your company on your schedule or if you have any questions.

Not Interested in Webinar Training?

Having someone provide training in person is often the first choice for companies. A good trainer can make it easier to keep everyone's attention. The biggest downsides include the higher cost, a large enough room, and the ability to get everyone who needs the training to attend without distractions. Too often, a few people are unable to attend and you still need a secondary method for their training.

If you prefer to have in-person training instead of our webinar training, let us know. We will be happy to direct you to our favorite resources.

 

Disclaimer: Please note these webinars do not constitute legal advice. The webinars are designed to give you a general understanding of the law. Please consult with an employment law attorney if you are seeking legal advice.

Email us if you have questions
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