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2 weeks ago · by · 0 comments

Sexual Harassment Laws in New York State

sexual harassment laws in new york state

 

It’s been roughly 20 days since the New Sexual Harassment Laws in New York State took effect.

Effective October 9, 2018, all New York State employers are required to adopt written sexual harassment prevention policies and institute annual anti-harassment training for employees.

Model Sexual Harassment Policy

Every employer in the New York State is required to adopt a sexual harassment prevention policy. An employer that does not adopt the model policy must ensure that the policy that they adopt meets or exceeds the following minimum standards.
The policy must:

  • prohibit sexual harassment consistent with guidance issued by the Department of Labor in consultation with the Division of Human Rights
  • provide examples of prohibited conduct that would constitute unlawful sexual harassment
  • include information concerning the federal and state statutory provisions concerning sexual harassment, remedies available to victims of sexual harassment, and a statement that there may be applicable local laws
  • include a complaint form
  • include a procedure for the timely and confidential investigation of complaints that ensures due process for all parties
  • inform employees of their rights of redress and all available forums for adjudicating sexual harassment complaints administratively and judicially
  • clearly state that sexual harassment is considered a form of employee misconduct and that sanctions will be enforced against individuals engaging in sexual harassment and against supervisory and managerial personnel who knowingly allow such behavior to continue
  • clearly state that retaliation against individuals who complain of sexual harassment or who testify or assist in any investigation or proceeding involving sexual harassment is unlawful

Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy Notice
This poster, which is an optional tool, is one way to direct both employees and non-employees to your Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy and should be displayed in a highly visible place.

Please make sure your business in compliant with sexual harassment laws in New York state today!

You can download the poster, template and toolkit from our website or look for more guidance here.

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1 month ago · by · 0 comments

Write 31 Days to Business Risk Management

Write 31 days challenge

Write 31 Days Challenge

Welcome to my Write 31 days challenge this year. In the month of October bloggers from all over the world will be discussing one topic for 31 days.

This topic will help small businesses, direct sales representative’s, daycare provider or organization’s and blogger’s as well. Every small business or entrepreneur should know the importance of having the proper insurance to make sure the business is protected. This is very important especially in the time we are in today. When a small business opens their door all they can think of making their first profit, insurance never crosses their mind until the unthinkable happens.

This is why I decided to dedicate the month of October to make sure you know the importance of protecting your business, the right questions to ask your broker and have a checklist to use to make sure you have everything you need to run your business.

For the next 31 days, you’ll be learning about different insurance products that will help protect your business against theft and how to make sure your employees are protected as well.  As an added bonus you’ll be receiving business checklists and a sample safety plan to help make sure your business is heading in the right direction.  This is also a gentle reminder; it’s time to get your business insured before it’s too late and tax season is right around the corner. This will help save you money in the end :). I’m happy that you decided to come along with me for write 31 days.

If there’s anything you would like for me to address in the upcoming week’s; please leave your comment(s) below.

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