Companies with more than five employees have less than a year to provide interactive sexual harassment training to all California-based workers, according to the state’s newly implemented requirements.

A series of new sexual harassment-related laws went into effect in California for 2019. Lawyers told Corporate Counsel that the most time-intensive change for in-house counsel will likely be the implementation of broader, more in-depth harassment training.

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