New Sexual Harassment Laws for New York Now In Effect
All employers who have employees in New York need to make sure they know what their training responsibilities are.
The #metoo movement is continuing to help create change for what employers must do to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. New York has taken off and running as one of the states at the forefront of rallying against workplace sexual harassment. This white paper reviews new requirements for those with employees in New York State and what is down the road for other states to take note of.
Matthew (Matt) T. Anderson is an attorney in the firm’s Labor and Employment section. His practice focuses on litigating disputes between employers and employees, with a specific focus on litigation relating to employee benefits such as health care, disability, and pensions governed by the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). He also assists and advises clients on policies and procedures to avoid litigation.
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