Sexual Harassment Training Requirements - AB 1825



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New Government Code § 12950.1 requires supervisory employees to have two or more hours of sexual harassment training every two years for employers with 50 or more employees.

July 1, 2005 - Every employer with 50 or more employees as of July 1, 2005 must provide the training by January 1, 2006, unless they have already provided this training after January 1, 2003.

January 1, 2006 - Each employer with 50 or more employees must provide their supervisors with training every two years.

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  • Text of California's statute requiring the training of supervisory employees


  • Answers to the following questions:
    Do the 50 employees have to be in California?

    Must supervisors outside of California be trained?

    Who is an employer subject to the law?

    Will a failure to comply with the law mean there is automatic liability for sexual harassment?

    Will compliance with the law prevent liability for sexual harassment claims?

    What must be included in the training?

    Who can provide the training?

    How often must the training be provided?

    How much training is required?

    Where can the training be held?

    When must a new supervisor be trained?

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