The state of Delaware joined New York, California, Maine and Connecticut in mandating sexual harassment training for private employers when Governor John Carney signed HB 360 into law just over one week ago. The new law, which effective on January 1, 2019 broadens the categories of workers covered by the state Discrimination in Employment Act, also requires the Delaware Department of Labor to create an informational sheet that employers will be required to distribute to employees. Most of the law’s provisions apply to all employers with 4 or more employees, while those private employers with 50 or more workers in the state must also provide interactive sexual harassment training every two years. Training must be provided within a year after hire for new employees and within a year after an employee is promoted to a supervisory position. Current employees must receive training in 2019.