Under the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy, all employees, including part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees, must complete sexual harassment prevention training on an annual basis. All new employees must complete the training within thirty (30) calendar days of hire.
The State of Georgia does not tolerate sexual harassment or retaliation in any form and recognizes that appropriate training, along with the creation of safe, respectful workplaces, are critical to prevention.
The online training course is designed to equip employees with information to prevent sexual harassment and properly report complaints of sexual harassment or retaliation. In addition to completing the online training, employees must acknowledge receiving the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy.
The materials available on this page are supporting materials designed for agencies to manage and distribute training to their employee population. If you have any questions related to your own training or how to complete the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention training, address your questions to your agency's Human Resources Department.