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AB 1825 Sex Harassment Trainer

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

Author says train out-of-state supervisors

In a recent online presentation, former Assemblyperson Sarah Reyes, the author of AB 1825, directly addressed the question of whether companies had to train managers who are located outside of California. She confirmed that everyone who supervises California workers – no matter where they're located – need AB 1825 training.

Ms. Reyes was specifically asked whether AB 1825 has "any extraterritorial reach"? Her immediate answer: "Yes."

Ms. Reyes warned covered employers: "Managers, even though they may be in Texas, or they may be in Ohio, they're subject because they may be managing those people in California."

She emphasized that companies cannot avoid AB 1825 training simply by not having any "supervisors" in California. She said, "You can have 50 employees here and have all your managers in Texas, well, all those managers in Texas are subject to this law, so you would have to train those managers in Texas."
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