Montana Online Sexual Harassment Training
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According to the Montana Department of Labor & Industry, employers should provide training to all employees in sexual harassment prevention. See Montana DLIR. Sexual Harassment is Against the Law.
Additionally, EEOC guidelines and court decisions from around the country have made clear that employers should provide workplace harassment training to all employees periodically. The training should cover sexual harassment and all other forms of unlawful harassment related to federal and state-protected characteristics.
The Montana Human Rights Act prohibits workplace harassment and employment discrimination based on protected characteristics such as age, ancestry, caregiver status, color, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, race, religion (including all aspects of religious observance, practice, and belief), sex (including pregnancy and related conditions), sexual orientation, and vaccination status (or possession of immunity status).
According to the Montana Human Rights Commission, discrimination based on gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or status as a caregiver is a form of sex discrimination under the Montana Human Rights Act.
Local ordinances may provide broader protections, so you should check the local Civil Rights Commission regulations applicable to your workplace.
For more information on Montana equal employment opportunity requirements in Montana Human Rights Commission – Employment Discrimination.