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Letter to Leaders

Sexual Harassment Training

Non-harassment training for supervisors is mandated for businesses with 50 or more employees (and/or independent contractors) in California.

It’s also strongly recommended for all businesses – in case of a claim, you as an employer need to be able to answer such questions as:

  1. Where is your non-harassment policy in writing?

  2. Where is your grievance procedure in writing?

  3. When was the last time you trained your management in non-harassment training?

  4. Did you properly manage the investigation?

  5. Do you have a non-retaliation policy in writing?

It’s for these reasons – and more – that a comprehensive review of your policies, procedures and training is necessary on an annual basis.

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