Workplace Harassment Education Webinar

Private Duty, Home Health, and Hospice


Beginning January 1, 2020 an employer is required to provide this harassment training for new hires within 30 calendar days of hire date or within 100 hours worked, whichever comes first. Employers should have already completed their training of their existing employees by January 1, 2020.

Since Governor Newsom signed a host of me-too laws last year, we have seen a surge of new harassment claims. And the law now requires employers with 5 or more employees to comply with sexual harassment training requirements. The new law requires non-supervisory staff to receive at least one hour of classroom or other effective interactive training and education which should also cover prevention of abusive conduct as well as the gender expression and sexual orientation components that were mandated under SB 396.

This webinar will provide home health, hospice and home care aide organizations with the necessary training to comply with California’s sexual harassment laws. SB 396 which became effective January 1, 2018, expanded the requirements for the current 2-hour training requirements for sexual harassment for employers with 50 or more employees and specifies that supervisory employees must receive additional training on sexual harassment in the areas of gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation. These topics must be incorporated into the current two-hour training that is mandatory within 6 months of assuming a supervisory position and at least once every two years. Don’t miss you chance to ensure your agency is compliant with the new mandatory harassment, discrimination and retaliation statues.

  • Understand important legal principals regarding harassment, discrimination and retaliation

  • Know how to handle a complaint from an employee regarding inappropriate workplace conduct

  • Be well-prepared to prevent harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace


Elizabeth Murphy, Esq.

Attorney at Law, Jackson Lewis

Elizabeth "Liz" Murphy is a Principal in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She focuses her practice in employment law, representing a wide variety of California and national employers in various industries, including accounting, retail, banking, manufacturing, and hospitality. Ms. Murphy also specializes in the field of home healthcare through her extensive lecturing and advising work in support of home care employers throughout the state of California. She is also a frequent contributor to Home Health Line, a subscription-only industry publication that helps home health agencies provide excellent patient care and increase profitability. Ms. Murphy's experience includes advising employers in day-to-day management and decision making issues, such as handling sensitive terminations, preparing and negotiating employment and severance agreements, preparing and revising employee handbooks, training management and staff, and administering leaves of absence; and representing employers in wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour, and other employment-related litigation in state and federal court.


Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #CEP17394) for two (2) contact hours of continuing education. You must be present for the entire webinar to earn Continuing Education Units.

At the completion of the webinar, you will be directed to complete an online evaluation form, which is required in order to obtain a certificate of completion. Please allow 1-2 weeks for your certificate to arrive via mail.


Cancellations are subject to a 20% handling fee. No cancellations or refunds will be issued once user login information has been sent. Unfortunately, due to the online format of this program we are unable to offer exceptions to this policy. If you are unable to attend, substitutions are allowed. Refunds will not be made for "no-shows." Should CAHSAH cancel the program, a full refund will be issued.