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AB 1825 Sex Harassment Trainer

A free resource for California employers about the sexual harassment training law (AB 1825).

Competitive scramble

I recently did a little market research, checking out the offerings in the AB 1825 sexual harassment training world. For example, I've listened to sales pitches by Corpedia, the California Chamber of Commerce (EmTrain), Workplace Answers, AHI, Brightline, Training Online, and so on.

The first thing that struck me was the fact that they were all scrambling. One salesperson referred to being "blindsided" by AB 1825. All of a sudden, it seemed, there was a two-hour interactive training mandate for California employers when once there wasn't.

To meet this unexpected (?!) requirement, most companies slapped together some sexual harassment training something-or-other that they'd like to sell to you. For example, "we've got a one-hour course here — and we'll have the second hour next month." Or, "we don't have an interactive question/answer system yet — but we're putting one together."

Not to boast, particularly, but my company has specialized in helping employers comply with California law since 1994, and focused strictly on online interactive questions-and-answers since 1998. We've handled over 6,100 email employment law questions-and-answers from individuals, and our automated knowledge-management system (the Memo library) handled over 45,000 natural-language questions-and-answers in just the past year.

All we do is California employment law compliance, and we've got years of experience providing interactive online learning. That's different than the competition.
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