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Capitol Connection Q&A for Contractors - Week of September 16, 2019

By Shauna Krause, President, Capitol Services, Inc.

Speak up, it’s your opportunity for input, because contractors have their cards on the ‘table’. Another contractor has gotten the ‘cart before the horse’ so to speak, while a license applicant will have to delay his travel plan until he’s told ‘when’ to get moving…

Q: Do you know if there is a data table of licensed contractor’s that is available for use for marketing purposes?

Harassment Prevention Training Not Required Now Until Calendar Year 2020


The requirement to provide harassment prevention training to both supervisory and nonsupervisory employees is now not required until calendar year 2020, as opposed to the previous SB 1343 requirement that all applicable harassment training be conducted this year.  This new change in the law will allow employers more time to provide any required training to those employees not already trained – especially nonsupervisory employees who are now required to receive at least one hour of harassment training every two years.

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