Georgia Sexual Harassment Training Regulations
Who is required to receive training?
- All covered state employees, including part-time, temporary, seasonal employees, and independent contractors who are regularly on agency premises and/or regularly interact with agency personnel.
- Independent contractors can waive the training if they can provide documentation that they have completed sexual harassment training offered by their employer within the last year.
What must the training include?
The state-required training includes: employee responsibilities; the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy; handling or reporting sexual harassment report or retaliation complaint; details about the state’s sexual harassment investigation procedures.
How often is training required?
Is there a time requirement on the training?
Where can I find the law?
State Office Information for Sexual Harassment Complaints and Investigations
To learn more about the compliant process or to file a complaint, read the Georgia Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy (only applicable to State employees).
SafetySkills Recommended Training
|Employee Group||Recommended SafetySkills Course(s)|
|Supervisory Employees||HRM-10.2 Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Managers|
|Non-Supervisory Employees||HRM-17.2 Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees|