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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training With Jonathan Fraser Light! - August 21, 2014

Program Information:

California law requires companies with 50 or more employees to provide their supervisors with at least two hours of interactive sex harassment prevention training every two years. New supervisors must be trained within 6 months of starting their supervisory position. The program includes all aspects of handling harassment complaints, investigation, legal requirements, policy elements, definitions and examples.

Jon Light of LightGabler LLP conducts an informative and entertaining training program designed to help your company comply at a cost-effective price. The training program is also beneficial for supervisors at smaller companies.

Attendees will receive a training acknowledgement form to sign and return to their employers for their personnel file.

Program Schedule:

7:30 a.m. - Registration, Check-in and Networking Breakfast (breakfast served until 8:00 a.m.)

7:45 a.m. - Continental Breakfast

8:15 a.m. - 8:30am - EAC and EDD Updates/Announcements

8:30 a.m. - 10:30am - Sexual Harassment Prevention Training


New Horizons

15725 Parthenia St.

North Hills, CA 91343

Member Companies: No Cost for two attendees
Additional attendees: 50.00 each
Non-Members: 50.00 per attendee


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Jonathan Fraser Light

Jon Light has more than 30 years of experience in the field of employment law, is AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell, and has been named multiple times as one of Southern California’s “Super Lawyers” by Los Angeles Magazine.  As a founding partner at LightGabler LLP, Jon consults with over 400 companies throughout California regarding their day-to-day employment law needs.  His clients include publicly‑traded international corporations and companies in such diverse industries as computers, telecommunications, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, insurance, retail, restaurants and medicine. 

Jon has successful jury trial, court trial, appellate, Labor Commission and binding arbitration results in lawsuits and administrative claims involving wrongful termination, sexual harassment, race discrimination, class action, wage & hour, and other employment‑related matters.  He has also appeared on behalf of employers with the federal EEOC and Labor Department, the state Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the National Labor Relations Board, and other government agencies involved with employment law issues.

Mr. Light frequently speaks to employer and human resources groups, including the Ventura County Employers Advisory Council (EAC), PIHRA, NHRA, and numerous business associations such as CPA forums, manufacturers associations, Dental and Medical Societies, and Chambers of Commerce.  He lectures on topics such as avoiding sexual harassment, wage and hour issues, business and employment law pitfalls, diversity in the workplace, supervisor strategies, employment law updates, and preparing employee handbooks. 

Heavily involved in Ventura County business, professional and community issues, Mr. Light has been active in the following organizations: Ventura County Bar Association (Past President); Volunteer court-appointed mediator; Footworks Youth Ballet (board member and former Production Manager); and is a former board member of the Channel Islands Ballet (past chair), Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation (past chair), United Way Allocations Cabinet, Ventura County Taxpayers Association, and the Ventura County Boy Scout Council (past president); as well as a coach for several years with the (2009 county champion) Newbury Park High School Mock Trial team and Camarillo Academic Olympics (Superquiz Chair). He is also a Life Member of the National Eagle Scout Association.

Jon is a 1981 graduate of the UCLA School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review.  He is the author of two editions of the nationally acclaimed and award‑winning book, The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball.  He resides in Camarillo with his wife of 30 years, Angela, a public school teacher and college admissions consultant.  Their 23-year-old twin daughters have graduated from college and live and work on the east coast.


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