New Requirements for Sexual Harrassment Prevention Training

Update: The Sexual Harassment Training Deadline was Postponed Until January 1, 2021
Are you aware of the new laws requiring Sexual Harrassment Prevention Training?
  • Training required for all employees, not just supervisors by the end of 2020. Size of business threshold lowered from 50 to five “employees”
  • Proposed regulations may expand requirement to include independent contractors
  • A separate law expands sexual harassment liability for real estate agents in a professional relationship with their clients

C.A.R. is offering a Sexual Harassment Course for Supervisors and for Employees:

The online two-hour Sexual Harassment Prevention course is now available for all “supervisory employees.” There is a mandatory requirement for all supervisor and non-supervisor employees to complete a sexual harassment prevention training by January 1, 2020. We’re making it easy for you and your members to meet this requirement with our approved online courses for non-supervisor and supervisory employees to complete the training before the deadline and stay compliant with California Law.
For more details:
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Suzi Brakken

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