Semi-Annual Update – Sexual Harassment Training Requirements – January 2023

Sexual Harassment Training Mandates by State for 2023


Preventing sexual harassment has been on the agenda for most companies since Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. But the emergence of the 2017 movement, #MeToo, has caused employers to pause and reflect on the effectiveness of their anti-harassment training. Sexual harassment laws in the United States are set at a state level, meaning compliance requirements for private sector employers differ based on the locations of their employees. Each law varies in the amount, type, and format of training it requires, but they all work toward combating the same issue.

All employers with at least fifty employees are required to establish a compliant sexual harassment policy under the law. But training is less clear cut. ClearPath has published a cheat-sheet matrix with all the details for all the States. If you would like to receive a copy of this click here.

ClearPath provides sexual harassment training to our contingent workers and helps you stay compliant with these laws. We can help you design a solution pertaining to your contingent workers and relieve this burden by outsourcing your back-office Human Resources and Payroll functions to our Employer of Record service.

Contact us to learn more about how our expert personalized service can let you get back to focusing on your business goals. Work with a leader in the industry for outsourced Human Resources and Payroll functions associated with W-2 and 1099 contingent workers. Let ClearPath be the path to your peace of mind.

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