Fulfill the annual training requirements of NYS sexual harassment prevention regulations for your employees.
Thursday, October 14, 2021,
10 am – 11:30 am
Virtual via Zoom
All work places are susceptible to sexual harassment and have a responsibility to educate staff about the issue including what constitutes sexual harassment, employee’s rights, how to report it, and the potential impact on people targeted for harassment and the work place as a whole.
- Understand the definition of sexual harassment consistent with NYS laws
- Learn from real world examples what constitutes unlawful sexual harassment
- Learn your rights as an employee or volunteer under the law
- Fulfill the employee training requirements outlined in the updated NYS sexual harassment regulations
About the Presenter:
Kristi Taylor is the Education Director with the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County. She holds a BA in Psychology, is a New York State Certified Rape Crisis Counselor and has worked in the victim services field for over 10 years. Throughout her career, Kristi has provided advocacy, crisis intervention and ongoing support for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence and is an avid supporter of victim’s rights. From her work with survivors, she has also developed a deep passion for prevention based worked and empowering adults to create safer communities.
In her current position, Kristi provides professional training and consultation to individuals and organizations about the dynamics and impacts of abuse, how to best support survivors and strategies to reduce the likelihood of abuse occurring.