Ferrara Fiorenza PC and PIA's NYS Mandatory Workplace Harassment Prevention Training 2020
FREE PREVIEW OF TRAINING PROGRAM
All employers in New York State are legally required to adopt a sexual harassment prevention policy and conduct annual harassment prevention training for all of their employees. The original policy and training requirements were amended in 2019.
You can meet your updated compliance needs by purchasing this interactive web-based video training module created by the law firm of Ferrara Fiorenza PC. This module is intended to satisfy your both your immediate compliance requirements as well as your follow-up compliance needs with new employees. Special arrangements with the Association permit PIA members to order this module at a substantial savings.
The training module exceeds New York State's minimum requirements by:
- addressing in detail other forms of unlawful workplace harassment beyond sex (e.g., race, religion, age, etc.);
- recognizing and incorporating the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidance; and
- providing practical suggestions for changing your workplace culture to end harassment once and for all.
Purchase of this module will also entitle you to:
- A workplace harassment policy that meets the final requirements set forth by the NYS Dept. of Labor and Division of Human Rights as well as the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidance;
- A sample complaint form meeting all legal requirements; and
- A questionnaire for all your employees who view the program -- to help satisfy the interactive requirements of the law and provide you with a record that your employees were properly trained.
Order now and receive the policy and complaint form within minutes. Thereafter, you will receive an email containing your login and access codes to view the training module -- and/or play the training module for your employees -- at your convenience. Thereafter, have your new hires use the same login and access codes to take the training individually.
Please note that you will need to provide your employees with the a copy of your internal complaint form (feel free to use the one provided), an explanation of how an employee can lodge a complaint, the name or job title and contact information for the individual responsible for taking action when an internal complaint is filed.