Sexual Harassment Prevention In New York
The state of New York has a zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment in the workplace. New York state employees are protected from sexual harassment by state and federal laws, which include the New York Human Rights Law and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This training course explains what sexual harassment is, and what employees can do if they have been harassed. Available in both English and Spanish and updated with 2023 regulation changes, this comprehensive course delves into crucial topics, including Quid Pro Quo Harassment, Hostile Environment, Potentially Illegal Acts, Reporting Harassment, Bystander Intervention, Retaliation, Other Protected Groups, and Consequences. The importance of addressing workplace harassment cannot be understated. This course provides employees with valuable insights and practical strategies to prevent and combat workplace harassment. Use this course to comply with New York harassment prevention regulations.