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California Revises Sexual Harassment Brochure for Distribution to Employees

New Guidance Also Available

Workplace Harassment Guidance
Additionally, the DFEH has released guidance for California employers regarding their obligation to take reasonable steps to prevent and correct workplace harassment.

The guidance is aimed at helping employers develop an effective anti-harassment program; know what to do and how to investigate reports of harassment; and understand what remedial measures they might pursue. The guidance is relevant to addressing all forms of workplace harassment (including harassment based on sex).


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