Washington State Sexual Harassment Laws
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Who needs to be trained?
When must employees be trained?
What are the minimum training requirements?
- Prevent sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace
- Prevent sexual discrimination in the workplace
- Educate the employer's workforce regarding protection for employees who report violations of a state or federal law, rule, or regulation
- Provide 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 how to prevent sexual harassment at work and sexual assault
- Required employers must also adopt a sexual harassment policy
- Property services contractors must submit to the Department of Labor and Industries the number of managers, supervisors, and employees trained and the date of adoption of the sexual harassment policy
- Every hotel, motel, retail, or security guard entity, or property services contractor, must also provide a panic button to each employee.