News & Updates
Did you know that SB1343 requires ALL employees receive sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training in 2019? Under the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) regulations, the definition of “employee” includes full-time, part-time, and temporary employees.
The bill also requires the DFEH to produce and post both training courses to its website, which employers may utilize instead of hiring a trainer. The department has posted the resources to its website. https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/resources-for-employers/
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Far too many students nationwide continue to be victims of sexual abuse and molestation. The news is regularly highlighting the worst of these cases but the actual number of victims is much higher. Although the great majority of educators and staff are dedicated to the safety of their students, when these tragedies do occur, the costs are deep and large—not only forever damaging these impressionable children and their families, schools are regularly being sued for the criminal acts of their employees who prey on these often most vulnerable children. The verdicts, settlements, and costs of these suits are the fastest growing segment of liability claims against schools