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Spanish-Speaking Employees

Do you have Spanish-speaking employees at your workplace?

If you do, then, be careful, this is a danger zone. 


Is Your Harassment Policy Updated?


The Supreme Court in June 1998, ruled that the employer can be held responsible for the sexual harassing misconduct of their supervisors, unless the employer exercised reasonable care to promptly prevent or correct any sexually harassing behavior.

THUS, EMPLOYERS SHOULD ESTABLISH:


ANTI-HARASSING POLICIES 

  • A written Company policy on discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment needs to be implemented.

TRAINING 

  • All of your personnel should be taught to understand and how to comply with your harassment policy.

COMMUNICATION 

  • Disseminate your policy to your employees. Not educating your employees regarding the policy is the same as not having one.

INVESTIGATION 

  • Any time an employee says he or she is being harassed, take the complaint seriously and investigate it immediately.

PREVENT RETALIATION 

  • Make sure not to allow retaliation against the employee/s who makes the complaint.

FOLLOW-UP PROCEDURES 

  • After the investigation is completed, stress the importance of mutual respect and stipulate that harassing behavior will not be tolerated. 


If you are an employer and have more than 15 employees in your company (1 in California), you'll be wise to follow the above procedures, before it is too late. 

THE FINE COULD COST YOU MORE THAN $475,000. http://www.DFEH.ca.gov

Corte Hispana will help you to TRAIN your Spanish-speaking managers, supervisors and employees on these subjects, so you could have peace of mind. 

DON'T DEPEND ON ENGLISH SPEAKING TRAINERS TO TEACH HARASSMENT, INCLUDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION TO YOUR SPANISH EMPLOYEES! 

ADDRESS
2591 Fair Oaks Ave. #113
Altadena, CA 91001

CONTACTS
Email: efrem@cortehispana.com
Phone: 310-415-5054