If you’ve been looking for definitive guidance on California’s Sexual Harassment Training Law (AB 1825), it’s finally here. The Fair Employment and Housing Commission issued final regulations implementing this first-in-the-nation law on April 23, and the Office of Administrative Law approved the regulations on July 18.
The regulations include specific direction on the type, length and frequency of harassment training that California employers must provide to their employees. Specifically, all covered employers must provide two hours of training to all supervisory personnel every two years.
Who must train (and be trained)
The law covers employers with 50 or more employees or, as clarified by the regulations, “any person engaged in any business or enterprise in California, who employs 50 or more employees to perform services for a wage or salary, or contractors or any person acting as an agent of an employer, directly or i...(register to read more)
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