The Legislature Introduces Clean-Up Bill SB 778 to Fix SB 1343 Harassment Training Requirements that ALL Supervisory and Nonsupervisory Employees Need to Be Trained or Retrained Again in 2019 – What This Means for Your Agency

This Special Bulletin was authored by Gage C. Dungy. Following up on our December 6, 2018 Special Bulletin “DFEH Provides Guidance on Impact of New SB 1343 Harassment Training Requirements: Some Questions Answered, Many Still Remain – Including Possibility that ALL Supervisory and Nonsupervisory Employees Need to Be Trained or Retrained Again in 2019” regarding the impact of SB 1343’s new legal requirements expanding harassment prevention training to include nonsupervisory employees and also require all employees to be trained in calendar year 2019, the Legislature has now introduced clean-up legislation on February 26, 2019 – SB 778 – that will delay the implementation of the law and any refresher training until at least calendar year 2020.  The proposed bill language is available at:  http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201920200SB778 As introduced in the Legislature, SB 778 will…

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