As a reminder to Connecticut employers, starting on October 1, 2019, employers with three or more employees must provide two hours of sexual harassment training to all employees, not just supervisors, under the Time’s Up Act, the new state law. Furthermore, all employers — regardless of the size of their workforce — must provide two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to supervisors by October 1, 2020, or within six months of an employee taking on a supervisory role.Read On
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, September 24, 2019 – Traliant, a provider of award-winning sexual harassment training, today announced a reseller agreement with Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, a provider of comprehensive educational and tutoring services.
Under the agreement, Back to Basics will be offering Traliant’s Preventing Discrimination & Harassment Training Suite to businesses and organizations looking for online harassment prevention training that is interactive, relevant to their workforce and up to date with federal and state laws.
The deadline is around the corner for New York employers to comply with sexual harassment training rules and ensure all employees complete training by Oct. 9, 2019. Traliant’s Chief Learning Officer, Andrew Rawson, outlined the training requirements in a recent article in Law360. Here’s an excerpt:
Train Employees as Soon as Possible
By Oct. 9, 2019, all New York employers must provide sexual harassment training to each employee. Once the initial training is completed, employers must conduct annual training for all employees, regardless of their immigration status. This includes part-time employees, temporary employees, seasonal workers, and exempt and nonexempt employees. Read On
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, September 13, 2019 – Traliant, an award-winning provider of online sexual harassment training, announced it will be participating in a wide range of industry conferences in September, including events for the healthcare, education, government, human resources and restaurant sectors.
“These events are great opportunities to talk with business leaders and decision makers about their challenges and priorities,” said Mike Pallatta, Traliant CEO and Co-Founder. “We’re looking forward to discussing how our training can support their initiatives to address and prevent workplace harassment and create a more respectful, inclusive workplace culture.”
To set up a meeting with Traliant at any of the following events, please contact us at: Info@Traliant.com.