There’s been an increase in high-profile sexual harassment cases in the news, but even they don’t come close to accounting for the many incidents that aren’t widely known or reported.
To help create workplaces free from sexual harassment, 32 states, including New York, plus New York City have introduced more than 125 pieces of non-harassment legislation in 2018.
We created this guide to help you understand your responsibilities to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace so that you can promote a harassment-free workplace at your business.
- What constitutes sexual harassment
- Your responsibilities as an employer
- Costs of sexual harassment in the workplace
- How your business can stay compliant with the amended laws of New York state and New York City
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