Employers are usually under no obligation to train employees, although you can certainly argue for the necessity of doing so. Circumstances do exist under which an employer can be found negligent for failing to adequately train employees. There are other times when training, although not required, is highly desirable for legal reasons.
Discuss OSHA and any required training for employees. Under what circumstances can an employer be found liable for failure to train employees under OSHA?
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