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All California private employers who regularly employ 50 or more persons must provide two hours of effective and interactive sexual harassment and discrimination training to its supervisory employees. Supervisors who are employed as of July 1, 2005 must receive training by January 1, 2006. If a supervisor already received training after January 1, 2003, they do not need to be retrained by the January 1, 2006 deadline. Employees who are hired or promoted after July 1, 2005 must receive training within six months of their date of hire or promotion.

Cooper has developed a two-hour training seminar that is fun and engaging and guides supervisors through sexual discrimination and harassment laws by the use of hypothetical situations and role-plays. The interactive nature of the training offers participants an opportunity to start a dialogue as to issues and situations specific to their own workplace.

Cooper will offer its first training seminar to the public on Wednesday, May 18, 2005 at 8:30 a.m. at Scott’s Restaurant in Walnut Creek.  The cost is $85 per person. Please RSVP no later than May 13, 2005 by emailing employmentalert@cwclaw.com or calling Amie LaPrise at (415) 433-1900. You are welcome to bring a guest interested in this topic.

Please join us for breakfast and this valuable presentation.

Event Details

Start Date: May 18, 2005Location: Scott's Restaurant, 1333 N. California Blvd., Walnut Creek, CA 94596Attorney(s): Christopher J. Mead
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