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In 2018, New York State and New York City passed new anti-harassment laws that require employers to conduct annual sexual harassment training for employees. These FAQs are intended to provide an overview of some of the most common questions about the new training requirements for NY employers. With the approaching deadline, steps should be taken now to ensure your organization meets the new sexual harassment training requirements, and provides an interactive, useful and relevant training experience for employees. Read On
The summer is shaping up to be an active one for HR and training professionals who are responsible for implementing their organization’s sexual harassment training program. With new anti-harassment laws in New York and California, and the EEOC and #MeToo movement continuing to amplify the importance of preventing workplace harassment, here are a few things to put on your summer to-do list and keep on your radar: Read On
For the hotel industry − with its people-centric culture and diverse working environments −preventing sexual harassmentand creating a safe, respectful and inclusive workplace can be a challenge. Of course, no sector is immune to the pervasive problem of workplace harassment, and in the wake of #MeToo we’ve seen (and continue to see), high-profile allegations of sexual harassment across industries.
Addressing and preventing workplace harassment requires a holistic approach that strikes the right balance of policies, procedures, training tailored to the industry and workforce, leadership’s commitment, accountability and culture. Here are four steps that can help hotels (and any organization, really) advance their efforts to prevent sexual harassment and create a safe, respectful environment for all employees and guests. Read On
The #MeToo movement, new anti-harassment laws and the EEOC’s focus on promoting harassment-free workplaces are keeping the spotlight on sexual harassment training. Whileharassment training programs should comply with federal, state and local laws and help organizations reduce the risk of violations and costly claims, they also need to meet the needs of a modern workforce and workplace.
For HR practitioners looking for new and innovative ways to make harassment prevention training more engaging, relevant and interactive, here are four suggestions: Read On
In the wake of #MeToo and #TimesUp, more states and local governments are strengthening their anti-harassment laws and requiring employers to provide sexual harassment training to employees. For many organizations, meeting these new requirements means updating and expanding current sexual harassment training programs, policies and internal reporting processes – all important steps in combating the pervasive problem of workplace harassment. Wondering where your state stands on requiring sexual harassment training? Here’s a roundup. And if your state hasn’t yet issued new legislation, stay tuned. Read On