Beginning April 1, 2019, employers with 15 or more employees in New York City must provide annual, interactive sexual harassment prevention training to their employees. This training requirement, one of a slew of mandates contained in the City’s Stop Sexual Harassment Act, is in addition to the anti-sexual harassment training required by New York State, which became effective Oct. 9, 2018. However, one annual training session can satisfy both requirements.

Here’s what employers need to know about the City’s mandated training, how it compares with the State’s requirements, and how employers can most effectively and efficiently meet their compliance obligations under both laws:

NYC’s Sexual Harassment Training Mandates: Five Steps to Compliance

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