Nearly a year after the deadline for employers to comply with the requirement to provide supervisory employees with sexual harassment training, recent amendments by the California Legislature and regulations issued by the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission (FEHC) have clarified the requirements for how that training should be conducted.

As a result of legislation enacted in 2004, companies with 50 or more employees were required to provide two hours of sexual harassment training to all supervisory employees by Jan. 1, 2006, and every two years thereafter. However, many questions regarding the requirements for mandatory sexual harassment training were left unanswered. The Legislature answered one of these questions in its 2006 session by enacting AB 2095. The bill, which amends Government Code �12950.1, specifies that training is only required for supervisors located in California.

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