ServSafe - Sexual Harassment Prevention Regulations

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ServSafe® Workplace Regulation UpdateS:
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

TRAINING REQUIRED:

CALIFORNIA
Who needs to be trained?: Supervisory employees and employees, if you have 5+ employees.
Training Hours: 2 hours for supervisory employees, 1 hour for non-supervisory employees.
Training Deadline(s): Employees must be trained within 6 months of hire. Currently effective for supervisory employees. Effective for non-supervisory employees by January 1, 2021.
Retraining Requirements: Bi-annually
ServSafe Acceptance: Available now.

CONNECTICUT
Who needs to be trained?: All supervisory employees for any size employer. Employees, if you employ 3+ employees. There is no difference in the state’s training content requirements for employees and supervisory employees. That is why we are offering one course for both supervisory employees and employees in Connecticut.
Training Hours: 2 hours
Training Deadline(s): Supervisory employees and Employees must be trained within 6 months of employment. Effective October 1, 2020.
Retraining Requirements: Every 10 years. Any employee (including supervisor) trained since October 1, 2018 is exempt from being “retrained” a second time under the new laws.
Training Fines: $750 if you fail to train supervisory employees or employees.
ServSafe Acceptance: Available now.

DELAWARE
Who needs to be trained?: All employees, if you have 50+ employees.
Training Hours: None
Training Deadline(s): Within 1 year of employment. Effective January 1, 2020.
Retraining Requirements: Every 2 years.
ServSafe Acceptance: Available now.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Law will not be enforced until budget is provided
Who needs to be trained?: For anyone that employs tipped workers: employees, owners/operators, and supervisory employees.
Training Hours: None. Training for employees, owners/operators can be online or in person. Manager training only in person training is accepted.
Training Deadline(s): Within 90 days of hire. Effective July 1, 2019 per legislation. This date will change as this law has not gone into effect until budget is allocated.
Retraining Requirements: Every 2 years.
ServSafe Acceptance: No training programs are accepted yet.

ILLINOIS
Who needs to be trained?: All restaurant and bar employees.
Training Hours: None specified.
Training Deadline(s): Training must be completed once a year.
Retraining Requirements: Annually.
Legislation: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/101/SB/10100SB0075enr.htm
Regulation: Not yet. Became law: August 9, 2019.
ServSafe Acceptance: Available now.

MAINE
Who needs to be trained?: Supervisory employees and employees, if you have 15+ employees.
Training Hours: None
Training Deadline(s): Within 1 year of hire and within 1 year of assumption of supervisory position.
Retraining Requirements: None
ServSafe Acceptance: Available now.

NEW YORK (State & City)
Who needs to be trained?:
State: All employees, including supervisory employees, for any size employer. There is no difference
in the state’s training content requirements for employees and supervisory employees. That is why
we are offering one course for both supervisory employees and employees in New York.
City: Supervisory employees and employees, if you have 15+ employee. Also any employees,
supervisory employees and independent contractors in other states that regularly visit or interact with
NYC employees.
Training Hours: None
Training Deadline(s): State: As soon as possible, with all current employees trained by October 9, 2019. City: As soon as possible, with all employees trained by April 1, 2019.
Retraining Requirements: Annually
ServSafe Workplace Acceptance: State: Available now. City: Available now.

 

TRAINING RECOMMENDED BY LEGISLATION:

COLORADO: Employers covered by the Colorado Fair Employment Practices Act are encouraged to conduct training.

MASSACHUSSETTS: All new employees and supervisors are encouraged to conduct training within first year of employment and within one year of assuming supervisory responsibilities.

RHODE ISLAND: Employers with 50 more employees are encouraged to conduct training within one year of employment for new employees and within one year of assuming supervisory responsibilities.

VERMONT: All employers are encouraged to conduct training within first year of employment and within one year of assuming supervisory responsibilities.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies - for any employer with 15+ employees. The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recommends training:

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