SB396: LGBT Rights In California Workplaces
11 min | by Training ABC
This program explains SB396 for California and those states that adopt the guidelines. It explains LGBT employees' legal protections and enables organizations to comply with SB396 training requirements.
In California, the Fair Employment and Housing Act prohibits harassment and discrimination because of gender identity, gender expression, transitioning, or sexual orientation. It is critical that all managers understand what constitutes harassment and discrimination and ensure that the employees they lead understand as well.
With the passage of Senate Bill 396, all companies with 50 or more employees are now required to include training on these protected groups as part of their mandatory 2-hour sexual harassment training for supervisors.
This video covers the following:
- The definition gender expression, gender identity, transgender, sexual orientation according to California law
- Making employment decisions or comments based on sex, gender, or sexual orientation stereotypes.
- Examples of inappropriate behavior
- Calfornia restroom and locker room laws
- The employees right to be identified by the name of their choice and with pronouns that reflect their gender identity.
- How employers can communicate with their employees about gender identity
- How employers may NOT require any proof of transitioning or gender identity before granting employee rights
- Hiring rules pertaining to gender, gender identity or gender expression
- And so much more!
This course covers LGBT workplace rights that count towards the mandatory 2 hour training put forth by Senate Bill 396.
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|Program Length||11 min|