Sexual harassment is not a problem of the past. Lately, it seems that not a week goes by without another news report on allegations of rampant harassment at high-profile companies, and in Hollywood, the media and government.
Most employers are well aware that sexual harassment is unlawful under both California and federal law, but that doesn't seem to stop the problem from occurring.
A work culture that tolerates harassment not only incurs legal risks (not to mention the high legal fees and costs) but also creates other problems, including:
CalChamber's free "Set the Tone: Sexual Harassment Prevention" white paper explains what California law requires of employers and provides best practices.