State-mandated Harassment & Abusive Conduct Prevention Supervisor Training
California Assembly Bill 1825, signed into law in 2004 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide 2 hours of interactive harassment prevention training to anyone in a supervisory position. It also specifies what information is covered in the training and who is qualified to provide it.
Assembly Bill 2053, which went into affect in 2015, requires the training to include prevention of “abusive conduct.” In 2017, Senate Bill 396 was passed requiring the training to include information about gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
In 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1343, which requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to all employees. The requirements of AB 1825, AB 2053, and SB 396 regarding the content of the training and the qualifications of the trainer apply to SB 1343.
This training meets all of those requirements.