New York State Anti-Harassment Workplace Training Course: The Modern-Day Manager

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New York State Anti-Harassment Workplace Training Course: The Modern-Day Manager

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August 17, 2020

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This course exceeds the standards established by New York’s Model Sexual Harassment Prevention Training released August 23, 2018

Satisfy your legal requirements for 2019

Duration: 2.0 hours

Live Webinar

Earn 2 CEUs


This webinar will help New York State companies satisfy their legal requirements to offer interactive, anti-harassment workplace training to their managers and employees. The New York State law requires that all businesses with more than 15 employees provide interactive anti-harassment training and that it be delivered annually. In addition, key concepts and information is required to be included in the training to satisfy compliancy requirements. This webinar will help New York based companies achieve compliancy, while also offering tips and strategies to minimize workplace harassment risk.

NYS and NYC Training Requirements: All organizations who have 15 or more employees are required to provide mandatory training to all employees on harassment prevention. This includes temps, part time employees and some contractors (depending on relationship).

The specific training requirements are:

A definition of what sexual harassment is

  • Examples of what it looks like
  • An overview of state and federal laws related to sexual harassment
  • An overview of employees’ rights of redress
  • An overview of the employer’s complaint process
  • Information concerning bystander intervention (required in NYC)

Why sShould you Attend Our Training Course?

In this course, it is our objective to provide you with a robust interactive experience that will include pertinent information concerning what every employee needs to know about sexual harassment in the workplace. You and your company should attend this particular training/webinar because in addition to achieving compliancy, it includes topics that are extremely relevant to the current climate in this country surrounding workplace harassment. Each participant will leave this webinar with:

  Learning Objectives:

  • A firm understanding of what sexual harassment is and is not
  • Understand what Collective Responsibility means for you and your organization and the special role managers play
  • Learn what Bystander Intervention is and learn how to be an effective bystander
  • Includes tips and strategies on how to manage the modern-day workplace, and ways to minimize workplace harassment risk
  • Includes a discussion surrounding workplace culture and how that relates to harassment risk
  • Includes discussion surrounding the impact the #MeToo movement has had on workplace and strategies to overcoming workplace divisions

Areas Covered

  • Risk Management
  • Legal
  • Training
  • Corporate Culture

Who will benefit

  • All businesses in New York State and New York City
  • Managers and Employees
  • HR Professionals


Taryn Abrahams one of New Jersey’s most sought-after corporate behavioral and human interaction experts on workplace sexual harassment and diversity. 

Taryn empowers corporate leaders, employees, managers, sales and human resource executives to shift the culture within their organizations to foster an environment that minimizes harassment risk.  Taryn’s main objective is to help companies develop a culture that not only makes employees feel supported and protected but also to help companies protect their bottom line revenue and reputation. She emphasizes the power of understanding human behavior, social interaction and education to drive a social shift. 

With more than 20 years in behavioral psychology as well as years of extensive experience in corporate America, Taryn brings a fresh perspective to the harassment and diversity conversation. Her workshops and consulting services take the conversation way beyond compliancy and truly help companies create long term sustainable change. Her passion and energy to create safe, productive and collaborative workplaces have helped hundreds of employees, executives and other professional navigate interpersonal communication more effectively. 

General Course Outline

  • What is Sexual Harassment?
  • What constitutes as Sexual Harassment and what it is NOT?
  • Examples of sexual harassment
  • Laws regarding sexual harassment
  • How to report or escalate a sexual harassment claim
  • The role workplace culture plays in combatting harassment in the workplace
  • Collective Responsibility: What is Bystander Intervention?
  • Tips and strategies on being an effective bystander
  • The role of the modern-day manager
  • Discuss climate in US surrounding workplace harassment and address common myths, misconceptions and workplace divisions
  • Interactive activities

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    Event Schedule Details

    • August 17, 2020 00:00   -   00:00
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