California, which as mentioned above, already requires sexual harassment training for private employees, has also acted on a host of issues which will ultimately have an impact on small businesses throughout the Golden State. AB 3080, which was presented to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature on August 27, makes it illegal for employers to prohibit workers from disclosing an instance of sexual harassment. In addition, the bill provides that employees who sign agreements to waive their rights for dispute resolution must do so voluntarily and if they refuse, cannot be retaliated against as a result. Governor Brown, although expected to sign the bill into law, has not yet taken action on it. In addition, the state legislature has also passed another bill (SB 826) that will mandate that publicly traded companies have a minimum of one female on its Board of Directors by 2019.