As the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements continue to shine their spotlights on sexual harassment in the workplace, some states and localities have responded with sexual harassment training requirements. Each law varies in the amount, type and format of training it requires, but they all work toward combating the same problem.
Here, we track the states, cities and other jurisdictions that have passed such laws for private employers, and offer a brief description of each law's requirements, its effective date and a link to the original law.
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