New Yorkers: A Guide to Documenting Your Sexual Harassment Policy

The upcoming sexual harassment prevention laws in New York State will make it a requirement for companies to conduct training in sexual harassment with all employees once a year.

This is a significant addition to any HR practitioner’s plate, and with all the considerations that go into choosing and rolling out a training solution, it’s easy to forget that the law also requires updates to every organization’s sexual harassment policies.

We’re here to help. To simplify that process, we’ve worked with our outside legal counsel, Dan Obuhanych of Silicon Valley Workplace Law, to put together a guide to ensure your policy complies with the new laws, and to help you manage and investigate harassment complaints that may arise.

Developing a Policy

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