Our colleague Richard Cohen at the Employment Discrimination Report has written about the EEOC’s increasing attention to sexual harassment cases.

Last week he wrote about the EEOC settling with DNC Parks & Resorts at Tenaya, Inc., which operates a hotel and resort near Yosemite National Park. Among other things, the settlement requires the employer to pay $195,000 stemming from incidents where (according to the press release) "a male supervisor made sexual comments and referenced an image of a sexual nature."

Given that whole "ounce of prevention" thing, has it been more than two years since your company conducted its mandatory sexual harassment training?