Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors & Managers with Kristi Taylor
This interactive workshop is intended for supervisors and managers. It provides valuable and practical knowledge about the supervisor/manager role and legal responsibility in managing sexual harassment and prevention in the workplace.
The workshop also fulfills the manager/supervisor training requirements outlined in the New York State Sexual Harassment regulations that went into effect October, 2018.
Sexual Harassment is a pervasive issue within workplaces around the country. Recent national conversations have highlighted the reality that all workplaces are susceptible to sexual harassment and have a responsibility to educate staff about the issue including what constitutes sexual harassment, the impact on targets as well as the workplace as a whole, employee rights, and how to report.
- Gain valuable knowledge about sexual harassment that can be
shared with staff
- Fulfill the manager/supervisor training requirement outlined
in the NYS Sexual Harassment regulations
- Understand the definition of sexual harassment consistent
with NYS laws
- Learn from real world examples what constitutes unlawful
- Learn your rights as an employee or volunteer under the law
- Learn how to respond effectively to complaints
- Learn how to establish a culture of respect to reduce the
likelihood of sexual harassment in the workplace
Representatives from the Workers Center will also be on hand to answer questions and provide community resources and information to participants.
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 victims 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.
All registration sales are final.
Borg Warner Room, Tompkins County Public Library (View)
101 E. Green St.
Ithaca, NY 14850
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|