Employers with five or more employees must provide and document two hours of mandatory sexual harassment prevention training for supervisors and one hour of mandatory training for non-supervisors. This minimum count of five employees includes part-time employees, temporary employees, and independent contractors. For temporary employees hired by a temporary services employer (as defined by the Labor Code) to perform services for clients, the sexual harassment prevention training must be provided by the temporary services employer, not the client.
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