A CHANCE TO PROVIDE TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS AND EMPLOYEES TO STAY IN COMPLIANCE WITH STATE MANDATES
Employers must approach workplace harassment prevention with extreme caution to reduce the risk of lawsuits, agency charges and penalties, and other fallout. Not only is training employees on sexual harassment in the workplace required by California employment law, but it is also arguably the first and foremost best practice in preventing legal risks associated with sexual harassment.
Businesses with five or more employees are required to provide sexual-harassment-prevention training to all workers every two years. Non-supervisory employees must receive one hour of training while supervisory employees must continue to receive two hours of training.