What is the US "All-states" Harassment Prevention course, and how is it different from the US version?

Lyndsay Updated by Lyndsay

Our US All States Harassment Prevention course was created to cover the mandates for all states that have specific training mandates (CA, CO, CT, DE, IL, ME, NY, WA). This course was created for employees who work in multiple states, or just to simplify training assignments for companies with employees in different states. There is also a Supervisor version, which is great for Supervisors who manage employees in other states. These courses assure mandate compliance in these situations and allow Supervisors to understand the mandates in the states of their direct reports, while also complying with the mandates of their home state without having to take two courses. Both Supervisor and Non-Supervisor versions are two hours long to meet all US state length requirements.

The US course is for states other than CA, CO, CT, DE, IL, ME, NY, or WA. It's shorter than the other versions because there is no state-specific information and no mandated length requirement. Most employers with learners in Non-Mandate states assign the regular US version. 

All States is two hours long for both Supervisor and Non-Supervisor, to cover all state-mandated training lengths. These two courses are nearly identical but are named differently for your record-keeping purposes.

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