SB 778 Sexual Harassment Training deadline has been extended for employers.
State Law Updates | Sep 10, 2019

UPDATE: California SB 778 Deadline Extended

UPDATE: California SB 778 Deadline Extended

California Sexual Harassment Training Deadline Extended

About California SB 788

On August 30 2019, the state of California amended the SB 778 ruling. This ruling affects employers with 5 or more employees. First, they must provide at least 2 hours of sexual harassment training to supervisory employees. Additionally, they must provide at least 1 hour of this training to non-supervisory employees. The training must take place within 6 months of the employee starting their position. Then, the training must be retaken every two years.

New SB 778 Deadline – January 1, 2021

Before, the deadline to provide training was January 1, 2020. Now, the deadline is January 1, 2021. The bill also specifies who has provided the training and education in 2019 is not required to provide the training again until 2 years thereafter.

Provide California-Mandated Sexual Harassment Training to Your Employees with HRCompli E-Learn

Employers can use MyHRConcierge’s accredited online e-learn platform, HRCompli E-Learn, to provide their employees the training that SB 778 requires. HRCompli E-Learn is a Learning Management System that provides online access to the required sexual harassment training courses + over 160 additional courses.

To learn more about HRCompli E-Learn, please contact MyHRConcierge’s Chris Cooley at (855) 538-6947 or by requesting a complimentary consultation below.

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