The training focuses on a supervisor/leads responsibility to report conduct that may violate the City’s EEO Policy, guidance regarding federal, state, and City laws prohibiting harassment, examples of conduct that constitute harassment and sexual harassment, and strategies to prevent harassment in the workplace. Some City departments require all of its employees to take the training. This report shows the number of employees, by department, who completed the online harassment prevention training in FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19. Beginning in 2020, per Mayor London Breed’s Executive Directive and the Board of Supervisors amendments to the Administrative Code, all employees will be required to take the training.