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Deadline Nears for Sexual Harassment Training in New York

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All employers in New York state are required to have training and policies addressing sexual harassment, including complaint forms, in place by October 9. The new requirements in the state’s Labor Law come on the heels of New York City’s new sexual harassment laws that went into effect on May 9. The state has released guidance in the form of minimum policy requirements and a draft policy and complaint form.

Webinar: Supervisor Employment Law Survival Training


The best defense against employee claims is to avoid them in the first place.” That’s why so many HR experts recommend employment law training. In this webinar, Peter Newman will break down the Employment Law Survival Training Program.


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