Bullying Behavior- AB2053 Compliant Programs

Workplace Bullying Prevention Training Programs: courses on bullying in the workplace from the perspective of what Managers need to know and do to prevent and also for training all employees of prevention of bullying. AB2053 defines "abusive conduct" as conduct of an employer or employee in the workplace, with malice, that a resonable person would find hostile, offensive and unrelated to an employer's legitimate business interests.

California Bill AB2053 has been signed  by Governor Jerry Brown and this adds another component of training to the already existing  AB1825.  The new mandate which takes effect January 1, 2015 requires employers who are subject to sexual harassment law to continue complying with the requirements of the law but also include prevention of abusive conduct as a component of training and education.


Given the bill’s broad language, California employers and Employers that have employees working in California  need to be ready to train their employees against not only illegal harassment and discrimination- AB1825 , but also against bullying in the workplace. The law is not clear on the requirement regarding when supervisors must receive training to be compliant with this new requirement. However, it has been suggested that organizations may prefer training now to cover this new requirement to avoid any issues.

Bullying can be defined  as intentionally using power to cause physical or emotional distress with the purpose of dominating the other person. The bully works to marginalize people. In an organizational setting, the bully chooses not to engage in conversation or discussion, or to use legitimate authority or persuasion, and depends instead on pressure in the moment to demean and disrespect someone else—by undermining not just their ideas, but their very presence and legitimacy.

The end to bullying starts with a question: does senior management see the cost? Do they understand that tolerating and excusing bullying behavior is precisely what permits it to flourish?


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Prevent Workplace Bullying: How To Recognize and Respond to Bullies at Work for Managers
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Prevent Workplace Bullying: How To Recognize and Respond to Bullies at Work for Managers
Workplace Bullying Prevention on line course for Managers. Compliant with AB2053
Breaking Bullying
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Breaking Bullying
Bullying can be a workplace problem. Here is a humorous look at raising awareness of what it means to be a bully or be bulled by someone.
Bullying and Respect in the Workplace
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Bullying and Respect in the Workplace
Bullying Behavior creates disruption at work. This new program helps to address and correct this unwelcome behavior.
Creating the Respect Effect: Preventing Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation
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Creating the Respect Effect: Preventing Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation
This course developed by experienced employment attorneys and trainers, educates your managers and employees about the characteristics and benefits of a respectful work environment. Perfect also for mandatory AB 1825 management training.
Harassment For Managers: A New Look
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Harassment For Managers: A New Look
Harassment for Managers: A New Look focuses on the legal and ethical obligation managers have to prevent, identify and respond to harassment. Also available in a CA AB1825 compliant version.
Harassment Hurts It's Personal
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Harassment Hurts It's Personal
In today's workplace harassment does not have to mean sexual. The other forms of harassing behavior are explored and defined in this workshop with vignettes sure to prompt group discussion.
Harassment: A New Look Employee Version
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Harassment: A New Look Employee Version
Harassment today has taken on new forms of intimidation and bullying between employees, over the internet, inappropriate texting and the discrimination of younger workers. Available in Office or Industrial versions.
Managing The Workplace Bully
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Managing The Workplace Bully
This new program on bullying helps managers and supervisors to be effective when handling a problem employee.
Prevent Workplace Bullying: How To Recognize and Respond to Bullies At Work- All Employees
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Prevent Workplace Bullying: How To Recognize and Respond to Bullies At Work- All Employees
Recognize and prevent workplace bullying for employees. On Line Course
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Moving story of a young boy experiencing bullying. No one likes to be bullied and it is important that we all know how and when to interfere in this type of harassment so that it does not adversely affect our workplace.
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