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Did you know that California requires sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training for any business with five or more employees? This is a recent change to CA employment law, but one made simpler with help from Ellie May Inc. Our staff is dedicated to keeping you informed about laws and regulations that affect your business, and providing you with an affordable and compliant solution.

HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING

1 Hour Training for Employees — SB 1343 Compliant

2 Hour Training for Supervisory Employees — AB 1825 Compliant

California Senate Bill 1343 requires California employers with five (5) or more employees to provide, at a minimum, a one-hour sexual harassment prevention training to employees. This law went into effect on January 1, 2019. 

 

The initial training was required to be completed before January 1, 2021 and all new employees must be trained within six months of their hire date.  All employees must be retrained every two years.

California Senate Bill 1825 requires California employers with five (5) or more employees to provide a minimum of two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to supervisory employees. This law went into effect on January 1, 2019. 

The initial training was required to be completed before January 1, 2021 and all new employees must be trained within six months of their hire date or promotion into a management position.  All employees must be retrained every two years.