As of October 1, 2018, the state of California signed into law the requirement of non-managerial employees to receive bi-annual training on the prevention of sexual harassment, gender identity issues and the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace.
Experts in the field of ethics and compliance guided the audience through:
- Why California is now requiring harassment training for all employees, not just managers
- The training requirements and their relation to US federal harassment laws and other state harassment training requirements
- The approach you should take to train your managers and employees