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Our engaging and effective training meets and exceeds all the latest EEOC and state-mandated training requirements while providing engaging bite-sized episodes and real-life scenarios that people can relate to.
The Washington Edition of Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training Complies with all Mandatory Statewide Requirements
On May 13, 2019, Washington state enacted SB 5258, a new law regarding sexual harassment training in certain industries. The law takes effect January 1, 2020, and applies to employers in the retail, hotel, or motel industry, security and property services, and contractor industries that employ at least one person. Our training courses on Preventing Discrimination and Harassment are designed by HR experts and meet Washington State’s latest regulations based on SB 5258 Washington State harassment laws for certain employees and supervisors.
The following Washington training requirements are all covered by our training courses:
- Preventing sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace (chapter 2,3,4)
- Preventing sexual discrimination in the workplace (chapter 7)
- Educating the employer’s workforce regarding protection for employees who report violations of a state or federal law, rule, or regulation (chapter 10,13)
- Providing a list of resources for the employer’s employees to utilize. At a minimum, the resources must include contact information of the equal employment opportunity commission, the Washington state human rights commission, and local advocacy groups focused on preventing sexual harassment and sexual assault (chapter 10)
We Help You Prevent Sexual Harassment for a More Inclusive Workplace
Your Washington employees and supervisors will become educated about discrimination, bias, and the effects of discriminatory behavior in the workplace. Here are some of the topics covered in our course:
- Quid Pro Quo Harassment
- Hostile Work Environment
- Verbal, Physical & Visual Harassment
- Supervisor Duties
- Unwelcome Behavior
- Reasonable Person Standard
- Sexual Advances
- Other Types of Discrimation
- Abusive Conduct and Bullying
- Bystander Intervention
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What Employers Should Know About Washington Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Washington is at the forefront of addressing sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Acentec is here to help you stay away from compliance fees.
How Often Should Employees Get Trained?
All employees must be trained every two years.
When must employees get trained?
All required employers must complete training by January 1, 2022.
Who needs to take the training?
Managers, supervisors, and any individual who spends a majority of her or his working hours alone, or whose primary work responsibility involves working without another coworker present, and who is employed by an employer as a janitor, security guard, hotel or motel housekeeper, or room service attendant.
How Acentec Can Help
We have created training modules that your employees will actually enjoy.
We Have Your Back
Our training is fully compliant and created by HR experts. We make courses that exceed state and federal requirements so you can rest at ease.
Designed For A Mobile Workforce
We understand that people are busy. Our lessons can be completed on your own schedule and on any device, including smartphones and tablets.
Real-Time Tracking & Reporting
We make tracking progress and course completion easy, as well as certifying employees across all functions and locations.