Feb 13 - Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention & Train the Trainer Training (Peninsula)

FEBRUARY 13, 2020
9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Provident Credit Union Corporate Headquarters, 303 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City, CA 94065

8:30-9am: Registration
9-11am Manager Anti-Harassment Training
11-11:15am Break
11:15-12:30pm Train the Trainer

In accordance with AB 1825, which was recently extended to January 1, 2021 all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles.

This training is interactive and practical, teaching supervisors essential management skills while discussing the legally required harassment related topics.

The seminar will cover:
• Explanation of protected categories
• Address SB 396 requirements
• Types of harassment and bullying
• Responsibility of supervisors and companies
• How to conduct an investigation
• Best practices

Additionally there will be a “Train the Trainer” Session for qualified individuals.
This session is designed for human resources professionals who are experienced in the area of sexual harassment training and investigations, to learn how to conduct the training at their company.

Who is eligible to attend train the trainer?

• HR Professionals with two years’ experience handling claims of sexual harassment
• Trainers specializing in sexual harassment prevention
• Attorneys that specialize in labor law
• University professors that teach labor law

Class participants will receive an overview of requirements of the law and what must be covered in each session. They will then go through a presentation that details how to teach the class and discuss the required topics. They will receive the following digital materials which they can customize for their company sessions:

• Train the trainer talking points
• Model PowerPoint for training class
• Sign-in sheet
• Certificate of attendance
• Master harassment policy

1. Understand the protected categories under state and federal law.
2. Understand how their company needs to comply with the requirements under SB 396.
3. Understand how to recognize different types of harassment and bullying in the workplace.
4. Learn how to conduct an investigation of a harassment complaint.

PDCs: 3

Non-member: $229
Same day registration: +$5
Registration includes breakfast and digital training materials.


Hassan Aburish is an associate Fisher Phillips' San Francisco office. He
focuses on employment litigation and counseling for employers in a
wide range of issues including wage and hour, discrimination,
harassment, leaves and accommodations, retaliation, and wrongful

Hassan has experience defending employers in federal and state
courts, as well as in investigations by the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Fair
Employment & Housing (DFEH), and the California’s Labor
Commissioner’s Office.

While in law school, Hassan served as law clerk for the Office of the
California Attorney General where he prepared investigative
subpoenas and reviewed documents for state and federal privacy

Anthony Isola is an associate in Fisher Phillips’ San Francisco office. His practice focuses on representing employers in the area of labor and employment law.

Anthony litigates in multiple areas of employment law and defends against lawsuits alleging violations of wage and hour laws, whistleblower, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, breach of contract, defamation, unfair competition, labor
code section 132a claims, and other related matters. Anthony represents employers in state and federal courts, as well as before the DLSE, EDD, and other administrative bodies. He advises employers on employee relations, discipline/discharge matters, employee leave laws, handbook preparation, personnel policies, employment contracts and applications, day-to-day strategic advice, and risk management.

During law school, Anthony served as a law clerk for the Honorable A. James Robertson II of the San Francisco Superior Court and as a certified law clerk for the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office where he made frequent courtroom appearances to argue felony
preliminary hearings.

In 2017 and 2018, he was selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star – an honor awarded to no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in California.

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Wendy Fong
(650) 378-1328