Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) October 16, 2011 -- RAEMAC Group & Associates in collaboration with Practical Management Instruction (PMI), an international training company, will tackle the nation-wide growing problem OF sexual harassment, discrimination and violence at businesses, colleges and universities with timely seminars.
Each active California seminar is approved by the State Bar of California and the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), an international services association with over 250,000 members.
With the rise in workplace related sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits nationwide, it is in the best interests of any company, college or university to be safe in the knowledge that they have met the state laws, and regulations. They need to take the necessary measures to protect their employees, says Alfred Porter, PMI Senior Trainer and Group Compliance Leader for sexual harassment and discrimination seminars.
Just one major lawsuit that goes to the jury, or is settled out of court, continues Porter could seriously ruin a college or companys reputation in the community and its list of long standing customers. The damage financially to the company or collegiate institution could be overwhelming. Porter stated that companies in California with 50 or more employees must meet the AB1825 mandate requirements every two years. They must enroll their managers or supervisors into sexual harassment prevention training. This is not an easy chore because if you have a big staff that urgently needs help you have to set aside quality instruction and time. Going on line is not necessarily the appropriate way to get sufficient training. Online classes are good for a company to get the job done fast, but will it be effective in handling future lawsuits. It is hard to compare or compete with a live class with a good instructor feedback to online classes, concludes Porter. According to Porter companies with less than 50 employees may want to take preventive steps and sign up for a seminar today.
Porter noted that each seminar will feature a prevention is the cure program. For more information contact:
PMI at 800 444-9101 or [http://www.approvedsexualharassmentseminars.com].