Back by popular demand! Employers, did you know that New York State now mandates annual sexual harassment prevention training for employees? Did you know that New York State also mandates that all new employees receive sexual harassment prevention training upon hiring? Comply with the October 9, 2019 deadline by having your managers and supervisors join us at our upcoming public training session that meets the NYS requirements. The session includes breakfast and is presented in our state-of-the-art training center by Christine Malafi, Esq., Senior Partner at CMM, who has advised countless Long Island businesses on sexual harassment prevention policies and training.
Take the stress out of preparing your own NYS-compliant training session by attending ours instead! Don’t wait until the last minute – bring your business into compliance with the new state rules mandating sexual harassment training for all workplaces. All attendees will receive a certificate of completion. This training is designed for all management and supervisory employees, including HR professionals. (Looking for training for all employees, not just supervisors and managers? Click here.)
Fee: $60 per person (discounted rate available for groups of 5+; please contact Sarah Muller at firstname.lastname@example.org to book).
- Defining harassment and unlawful discrimination
- Sex stereotyping
- Quid Pro Quo Harassment
- Hostile Work Environment Harassment
- Discipline and remedies for harassment
- Investigation process
- Federal, state, and local remedies and protections
- Supervisor’s responsibility
- Company responsibility
- Handling complaints
- Conducting an investigation
- Determining corrective action
- Company sexual harassment policy
Employers should be aware that to fully comply with New York State law, in addition to providing training, employers must also have a written sexual harassment policy in place. For businesses that send team members to the training session, CMM is pleased to offer discounted rates for review or drafting of such policies. Please contact us at (631) 738-9100 to learn more.
Payment for and/or attendance at CMM Academy events and programming does not create an attorney-client relationship.