Under prior law, the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities
(CHRO) could require employers with at least 50 employees to provide their
supervisory employees with two hours of training and education (“training”) on
federal and state sexual harassment laws and remedies available to victims. This
act expands this requirement to cover (1) employers of any size and (2) nonsupervisory employees for employers with at least three employees.
The act requires the new training to occur within one year of October 1, 2019,
except that any employer who provided the act’s training after October 1, 2018, is
not required to provide it a second time.
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