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AB 1825 Sex Harassment Trainer

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

Only in California

Snuck into the August 29 revisions of the Fair Employment & Housing Commission (FEHC) regulations was a change that limits the AB 1825 training mandate to only supervisors in California. Formerly, supervisors who "directly supervised" employees located in California had to be trained, no matter where those supervisors were located.

I say "snuck" because the August 29 revisions didn't show the text change from the earlier June 20 version of the regulations. The FEHC showed other changes, striking out deletions and underlining additions to the text, but didn't show the change in the definition of "supervisory employee" that it made.

Under the June 20 proposed rule, a sales manager located in Detroit supervising salespeople in Oakland had to take AB 1825 training. Now, under the August 29 proposed rule, only those supervisors physically in California need to be trained.

Note: You still have to count all employees located anywhere to determine if you have enough (50) employees to be covered by AB 1825. The revision only limits the supervisors who need to be trained to those in California.
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