Sexual Harassment Training

Federal/EEOC/Statewide

Compliance training is critical to both prevention and defending claims of sexual harassment. As mandatory training requirements increase, these modules include the important and necessary content to apply to all workforces.

California

Employers with 5 or more employees must provide one hour of training to nonsupervisory and two hours of training to supervisory employees on the prohibition and prevention of sexual harassment plus other mandatory subjects.

Illinois

All employers must provide sexual harassment prevention training once per year. Restaurant and bar employers must provide supplemental sexual harassment training.

New York

All employers must provide sexual harassment prevention training on an annual basis with mandatory topics.

New York City

Employers with 15 or more employees must provide sexual harassment prevention training with specific information and notices.

Connecticut

All employers must provide policies on the illegality of sexual harassment and provide two hours of training.

Delaware

Employers with 50 or more employees must provide training on sexual harassment with specific topics.

Maine

Employers with 15 or more employees must provide an education and training program covering the illegality of sexual harassment and other mandatory information.

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