In what countries is the Anti-Harassment training mandatory?

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Alexandra Raut
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We have introduced mandatory Anti-Harassment Training for employees in locations where this is a requirement, such as:

  • United States: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, New York State.
  • Canada: British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Lithuania
  • United Kingdom

Please see below a break-down based on the frequency of the event in mentioned locations:

Anti-harassment Training

State/Provinces At employment Annually Every 2 years More than 2 years
California Within 6 months - Yes
Maine Within 1 year of hire/promotion to supervisor role - - -
Delaware Within 1 year - Yes -
Connecticut Within 6 months of hire/promotion to supervisor role - - At least every 10 years
Illinois Within 90 days Yes - -
New York At the earliest Yes - -
Chicago Within first week Yes - -
New Brunswick At the earliest - - -
Newfoundland and Labrador At the earliest - - -
British Columbia At the earliest Yes - -
Ontario At the earliest Yes - -
Alberta At the earliest - - -
Quebec At the earliest - - -


Before start date - - -


At the earliest Yes - -


Disclaimer: Please be advised that the information provided is for general guidance only and should not be considered legal advice. Clients are strongly encouraged to contact Remote’s Occupational Health and Safety Team for expert guidance and assistance in navigating the intricate landscape of employee Mandatory Health Checks and Mandatory training requirements. Consulting with our Lifecycle Occupational Health and Safety Team is imperative to ensure compliance with local employment standards legislation. Your proactive engagement with our Occupational Health and Safety Team is vital to making informed decisions and adhering to all relevant regulations.

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