Colorado Training laws & HR compliance analysis

Colorado Training: What you need to know

Private employers. State law does not require private employers to provide training for preventing unlawful harassment in the workplace. However, the state Civil Rights Commission has issued rules that strongly encourage employers to provide training to prevent discrimination and harassment (CO Code Regs. Tit. 7 Sec. 708-1 Rule 20.6).
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State government employers. All employees in the State Personnel System are required to complete training on several topics. The required training modules include discrimination and harassment, ethics, sexual harassment, and violence in the workplace. State employees are also required to complete cybersecurity awareness training.
Effective August 8, 2018, state law requires human trafficking training for commercial truck drivers (CO Stat. Sec. 42-2-403(6)). To obtain a new commercial driver’s license, applicants must successfully pass training on how to recognize, prevent, and report human trafficking.
Last reviewed March 2019.

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