New York’s Sexual Harassment Training Requirement Goes Into Effect October 9

Here’s What You Need to Know

On October 9, 2018, New York will join California, Connecticut, and Maine as the fourth state in the nation to require mandatory training in sexual harassment prevention for all organizations statewide. New York City is doing its own part too, with additional training legislation going into effect in April 2019. (Not to worry about following two sets of training requirements, though—the New York State training requirements are expected to be essentially similar to those of NYC.)

These new laws are part of a comprehensive set of legislation passed on the heels of the #metoo movement. And while New York State hasn’t publicly released its model training program just yet, we at Grovo are working with our legal counsel to prepare for October 9. Here’s what you need to know.

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