Attention all New York State (NYS) Employers, October 9th, 2019, is the state law deadline to train all your employees on sexual harassment prevention in the workplace.

Meet New York State’s requirements today by training your employees (including non-exempt, exempt, seasonal, part-time, and temporary employees) online.

  • It’s easy to meet the New York State sexual harassment prevention training law by training your employees online. If all of your employees are not trained by October 9th, 2019, you will not be in compliance with the law.
  • This state law is for all employers in New York State regardless of the size of the company.
  • Protect your employees and protect your company by training your employees on sexual harassment prevention.

Career Resources, Inc. (CRI) has a fully compliant and affordable New York sexual harassment Training online course. The course can be completed on-demand with a computer, smartphone, or I-Pad.

  • CRI’s training platform allows employers to track their employees’ progress
  • After your employees complete the course and pass all of the quizzes and assessments they will receive a certificate of completion

Anti-harassment training is not only the state and federal law; it is the right thing to do. Be proactive in completing the training and promote a safe work environment.

Under the new law, in addition to training all employees, every employer in New York State is required to create a sexual harassment prevention policy. New York State has designed a model Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy that can be used for All Employers in New York State.

Related Article: New York Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Deadline

Sexual Harassment

  • Sexual harassment unlawful under federal, state, and local law
  • Sexual harassment includes harassment based on sex, sexual orientation, self-identified or perceived sex, gender expression, gender identity and the status of being transgender
  • Unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature
  • The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines sexual harassment as follows: Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when such behavior: explicitly or implicitly affects an individual’s employment.

What is Sexual Harassment Prevention Training, and what will my employees learn?

  • Teaches employees and employers to recognize the various types of harassment and how to stop the behavior in the workplace
  • Forms of sexual harassment
    • Quid Pro Quo
    • Hostile Workplace
  • Sex stereotyping
  • Where can workplace sexual harassment occur
  • Retaliation
  • Reporting Sexual Harassment
  • Witnessing Sexual Harassment
  • Investigation, Protections and Remedies Process
    • Complaint and Corrective Action
    • The New York State Division of Human Rights (DHR)
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Career Resources, Inc. has been assisting companies across the nation since 1979 to be compliant with state and federal regulations.


Ann Nagel

Ann Nagel

Ann Nagel- writer/editor/research analyst regarding Title VII, EEOC matters and Employment Regulations for Career Resources, Inc. Career Resources, Inc. (CRI) is an EEO and Affirmative Action Consultancy who has been serving clients across the nation since 1979 ann@crincorporated.com www.crincorporated.com