In-Person Anti-Sexual Harassment Workshop

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In-Person Anti-Sexual Harassment Workshop

from 50.00

This 1.5 hr in-person workshop for employees with an optional 30 additional minutes for managers exceeds the standards set by New York State for anti-sexual harassment training. Workshops will be facilitated by Leadership Logic.

If you are interested in an in-house workshop please call 716-380-5650.

In this workshop, we will:

  • Define sexual harassment.

  • Describe behaviors that may constitute sexual harassment.

  • Identify how to report sexual harassment.

  • Describe ways you can help if you see harassment.

  • Identify actions you can take to make your workplace harassment-resistant.

Upcoming Rochester Training Course Dates

  • November 5 9:00am - 11:00am

  • November 15 9:00am - 11:00am

  • November 26 8:30am - 10:30am

  • December 10 8:30am - 10:30am

Venue: Flower City Community Room, Five Star Bank
395 Westfall Road, Rochester 14620

To pay by invoice, please contact us.

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Here's some information about the regulation and how it might affect you:

Who is required to provide training?

All New York State employers with at least ONE employee will be required to provide anti-sexual harassment training beginning October 2018. Employees include paid and unpaid interns, full- and part-time employees, workers with partial ownership of the company, and 1099 employees. New York State requires you to train ALL employees even if they work for you for only one day. It's also a best practice to provide training for volunteers as you are liable for harassment of and by these "non-employees." (This is informational only and not intended to provide legal or  business advice.)

What are the consequences of non-compliance?

As with most employment regulations, the consequence is fines levied against your company. This new legislation allows managers/leadership to be personally liable, in addition to company liability. (This is informational only and not intended to provide legal or  business advice.)

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