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AB 1825 Sex Harassment Trainer

A free resource for California employers about the sexual harassment training law (AB 1825).

Official Poster - Less Color!

Sure enough, the Labor Department complied with the law. On March 10, they announced and issued an official USERRA poster.

I'd previously expressed doubt that the new poster would be any different from the poster they issued a week ago. Well, I was wrong. Mea culpa.

The old poster is blue and white and has a red title. The new poster is blue and white and has a white title.

Is there any legal significance to the difference? No (but, we still must wait for the Littler lawyers' interpretation).

Thus, I'd recommend the old poster if you have a color printer and the new poster if you plan on printing it out in black-and-white.
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