SB 1343 amended the FEHA regulations and requires businesses with five or more employees to provide sexual-harassment-prevention training to all workers by Jan. 1, 2020, and every two years thereafter. SB 778 later extended this deadline to Jan. 1, 2021. In summary:
- Anti-harassment training is required if you have 5 or more employees.
- Temporary, seasonal, part-time and casual employees count.
- One (1) hour of anti-harassment training is required every other year.
- Supervisors and managers must complete two (2) hours of training.
- Each employee must be trained within six (6) months of start date.
- Employees may file a complaint if training is not provided.
- Initial training must be completed by December 31, 2020.
Read the SB 1343 Law HERE.