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Changes to California’s Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Law

Changes to California’s Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Law By Sara Boyns On August 30, 2019 Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 778, which extends the date for employers with five or more employees to provide mandatory sexual harassment prevention training to most of their employees.  Prior law stated that the training had to be completed by…

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