New York State is in the process of finalizing its guidance on the mandated sexual harassment prevention policy and training program with which every employer in the State must comply under the State’s Combating Sexual Harassment in the Workplace initiatives. The initial guidance from the State provides that employers must complete sexual harassment training for all of its employee (management and non-management) by the end of 2018, and annually thereafter. Employers also must train all newly hired employees on sexual harassment prevention within their first 30 days of employment. The reality of this new law is setting in and employers are scrambling to figure out how they can schedule the necessary training and deliver it in a strategic and effective manner – without significant costs.
We have the answer.
On October 10, 2018, Jackson Lewis will be offering a comprehensive Train-The-Trainer program to which employers can send designated representatives who will take on the training responsibilities within the employer’s organization.
At this interactive session, attendees will be trained on:
Our goal is to train the attendee to be not only an internal compliance solution to the new mandates, but also an essential element to building a better workplace free of unlawful harassment. Attendees will be well equipped to conduct internal training not only for 2018, but going forward.*
Attendees will be:
Details for the Train-The-Trainer Session are as follows:
DATE: October 10, 2018
(Additional dates will be scheduled depending on demand.)
TIME: 8:00 AM – Registration
8:30 AM to 12:30 PM – Training Session
(Light breakfast and snack will be provided.)
LOCATION: Jackson Lewis P.C.,
58 S. Service Road, Suite 250
Melville, NY 11747
COST: SHRM-LI Member – $500 per attendee
Non-SHRM-LI Member – $750 per attendee
To register, please contact:
Chris Valentino / Christopher.email@example.com / 631-247-4653
Ana Shields / Ana.firstname.lastname@example.org / 631-247-4657
Attendance at the session will be capped at 30 attendees. Additional sessions will be added depending on demand. Session may be extended as necessary to allow attendees time to conduct simulated training sessions.
*Please note, while attendees will be trained on how to conduct both management and non-management, given the complexities and responsibilities associated with training management level employees, we strongly recommend management be trained by counsel.