Non-Supervisory Employees, Academic Staff, and Postdocs
2024 is a Sexual Harassment Prevention (SB1343) retrain year for all non-supervisory employees, academic staff, and postdocs. The due date for those who are retraining this year is September 30, 2024. Newly hired employees, new postdocs, and contingent employees will have the required 30-day due date from the hire/start date.
People who need to take this course
All staff who do not supervise other staff or students
Non-Supervisory staff includes:
- Employees who do not supervise the work of others
- Research or academic staff who do not supervise the work of others
- Lecturers (NOTE: Senior Lecturers are required to complete the course for supervisors)
- Visiting faculty/fellows/scholars
- Teaching assistants
- Course assistants
- Casual employees*
- Temporary employees*
- Student employees*
Do not take this course if you are a faculty member or a new supervisor.
*The non-contingent employee population (including casuals, Stanford temporary employees, and student employees) has been migrated to the even-year retraining cycle as of 2024.
Course Code: SHP-2022
Tips on how to use Axess: https://uit.stanford.edu/service/peoplesoft/axesstips
Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours
When to take this course
Staff must complete the SHP-2022 online program by their assigned due date. Non-supervisory employees will be required to complete a course every two years (for Stanford it’s every even-numbered year).
Your STARS training history will be updated within 3 days to show that you have completed the course.
California Law SB1343
This California legislation mandates state-wide sexual harassment training for all non-supervisory employees. Learn more about SB1343