The state of employee sexual harassment training

As of 2021, only 17 of the 50 U.S. states have a legal mandate in place that requires employers to provide their employees with sexual harassment training. Of these 17 states, 11 require training only for state employees and do not address employees in the private sector. Only 6 states have legal mandates that apply to both the public and private sector: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, and New York.

In an effort to uncover what kind of sexual harassment training employers are providing, and how employees respond to it, TalentLMS and The Purple Campaign teamed up to survey 1,200 U.S. employees. TalentLMS is a leading learning management system backed by e-learning pioneer Epignosis, and The Purple Campaign is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending sexual harassment in the workplace.

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