The #MeToo movement of 2018 continued to drive increased attention in 2019 to the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. State and city legislatures, including California, passed legislation and developed regulations that included provisions to implement or expand employer requirements for workplace sexual harassment prevention policies and/or training.
All employers should consider examining their internal processes for addressing inappropriate behavior in the workplace and take steps to create a safe, respectful environment for all employees and non-employees. To help shops get this compliance training in place, the Chapter will be welcoming special guest Drew Taylor from CoreMark Insurance Services, who will be providing a very important 2020 compliance update related to health insurance and the mandatory sexual harassment training for California businesses with 5+ employees. Drew’s dynamic background in public service and his Bachelor’s Degree in Business make him an excellent partner and resource for our members.
CoreMark is our only endorsed ASCCA Health Insurance partner and share a significant portion of their revenue with the association which helps with our legislative advocacy as well as bolstering association activities. CoreMark has generously made the mandatory training available to ASCCA members at no cost. Their forward thinking and timely solutions continue to impress the ASCCA and the members who choose to partner with them. Please join us to help you keep your shop in compliance.
Wednesday, February 12, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m., Registration — No Host Cocktails
7-9 p.m., Facilitated Discussion & Dinner
The Biltmore, Santa Clara
2151 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, CA 95054
ASCCA Chapter Members, first attendee: No Fee; Additional Guests or Shop Employees $40
Nonmembers of ASCCA Chapter 42 $40