Coming Soon: 50 States, 50 Sexual Harassment Training Laws
New York State and New York City have recently joined the states of California, Connecticut, and Maine in requiring private sector employers to provide sexual harassment training.
What will employers be required to do under the New York laws? How do these broad requirements differ from the harassment training mandates that other states already have in place? And, if you're in a jurisdiction that has no mandatory harassment training, what, if anything, should you be doing?
In this fast-moving webinar, veteran employment attorneys Robin Shea and John MacDonald of Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, answer all of those questions and more, so that your company's harassment training "exceed expectations" in this #MeToo era.
- Gain knowledge about the new sexual harassment training requirements for private sector employers in New York State and New York City;
- Review the existing requirements in other states;
- Gain knowledge about why high-quality harassment training is more essential than ever in this #MeToo era; and
- Review harassment training "best practices" that apply to all employers, including the EEOC's recommendations in its proposed guidance on workplace harassment.