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Abusive Conduct in the Workplace: California AB2053 Training
Program length: 5:00

Fostering a safe, legal work environment is critical to operating a successful business. California's AB2053 law now requires workplace abuse training to be included as part of harassment training.If you have over 50 employees you need to make sure your organization is covered.

Workplace bullying is not a newly discovered problem, but only just recently has the scale of the problem become evident. Conservative estimates in the USA calculate costs to be at least $1 billion annually. Decline in employee morale, loss in productivity, employee turnover, health problems and loss in organizational reputation are just a few of the problems that the bullying causes. Organizations that eliminate toxic behaviors like abusive contact are more likely to be financially successful than those who do not.

Topics include:

  • The legal definition of California AB2053
  • Taunting, teasing, hazing or making jokes about a co-worker or employee
  • Plagiarizing or deliberately sabotaging a co-workers success
  • Deliberately excluding employees or co-workers from company benefits or activities
  • Verbal abuse including screaming, yelling, or "put downs"
  • And so much more!
Bully-free organizations are less likely to suffer from workplace violence incidents and less likely to have employees suffer from health issues such as stress that keep them from their jobs.

Languages Available (sold separately): English


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