On the heels of a year where the news cycle was dominated by stories of harassment, the state of California made some wide sweeping legislative changes.
One law affecting thousands of CA businesses is SB1343. It expands the number and type of employees who must be subjected to sexual harassment training.
Starting in 2019, employers with five or more employees must provide two hours of training to supervisors and one hour to all other employees within six months of their hire (or promotion to supervisor) and every two years thereafter. Temporary and seasonal employees must be trained within their first 30 days or 100 hours, whichever comes first. The training can be in person or online, and it must be interactive.
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