Harassment Prevention for
New York Employers
How to comply with New York’s
new anti-sexual harassment laws.
Whether motivated by the public discourse resulting from the #MeToo movement or the deadlines of state and local requirements, now is the time for New York employers to act.
Reducing your legal exposure requires more than simply putting your employees through sexual harassment training and posting your policy in the breakroom.
A solid harassment prevention program educates, reinforces, and demonstrates your company’s commitment to maintaining a safe and productive workplace. Compli’s Harassment Prevention Quick Start Program, developed with the EEOC’s best practices, does just that.
With the Compligo Sexual Harassment Prevention Quick Start Program you can quickly implement a comprehensive anti-harassment program that helps your dealership meet New York’s requirements and instills a “good faith” framework that fortifies your legal defense.
Program Oversight and Communication Tools
Effective harassment prevention efforts, and workplace culture in which harassment is not tolerated, must start with and involve the highest level of management of the company. – EEOC
Help your leaders share the importance of maintaining a harassment-free workplace using CompliView, Compli’s integrated video management platform. And compliance managers can send periodic video reminders and provide regulatory updates to the entire workforce. Ongoing communication helps harassment prevention stay top of mind.
Employees in workplaces without policies report the highest levels of harassment. – James Gruber
In partnership with Fisher Phillips, a leading employment law firm, Compli provides the:
- Policy Against Unlawful Harassment and Discrimination,
- Policy Against Retaliation
These policies should be customized with content specific to your organization and reviewed by your legal counsel. Use Compligo to automate the scheduling distribution, and tracking of your policies.
Effective training can reduce workplace harassment, and recognize that ineffective training can be unhelpful or even counterproductive. – EEOC
Compli provides courses for managers and employees that address ways to identify harassment in the workplace, and steps to take to prevent it. The content is engaging, interactive, and built around common harassment scenarios.
Preventing Harassment for Supervisors
Bullying and Violence
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Managers – Multi-State
Support for Your HR Staff
If your HR team has questions, or needs to understand legal issues related to discipline & termination, HR Support Center is here to help. Your HR staff members can chat or talk live to HR consultants and access online resources such as guidelines, checklists, Q&A, and the latest news related to harassment or other HR topics.
Consultants are well-versed on state-specific laws and can answer questions related to the new NY state harassment regulations.
Auditing and Reporting Tools
Compligo provides exception reporting and executive dashboards to determine, at a glance, who has not completed the required elements of your harassment program. Also, HR staff can produce evidence in the event of a claim.
In Compligo, every activity is time-stamped and easily reportable. With this insight, you can audit your initiative to uncover deficiencies, and fix problems. This gives you an ongoing feedback loop to help constantly improve your program outcomes.