Georgia’s Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy and Investigation Procedures, focused on eliminating sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace, became a requirement by Executive Order of Governor Brian P. Kemp in 2019. They apply to executive branch agencies, authorities, boards and commissions.

Recognizing critical roles played in creating and maintaining safe, respectful workplace environments for colleagues and those they serve, the policy requires mandatory training for state employees.

As a state employee, you are required to:

  • Read and understand the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy
  • Conduct yourself professionally
  • Exercise good judgment with fellow employees, business colleagues and the public

If you have questions or concerns about the policy, please refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQs) below or contact your supervisor, manager or human resources representative.