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Unpacking New York anti-sexual harassment training needs

Jennifer Farthing (jennifer.farthing@lrn.com) is Global Content and Learning Leader at LRN in New York City.

New York City and New York State legislation will require companies, even very small ones, to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees, including interns and seasonal workers. This probably has a lot of business leaders wondering: How can I get the most out of my anti-harassment initiatives, and how can I make sure that the message sticks?

It’s important for anti-sexual harassment initiatives to build trust and respect in the workplace. Simple dos and don’ts conveyed in many training programs aren’t enough to accomplish that. Workforce education must be clear, but must also reinforce the specific, values-driven behaviors that your organization aspires to in order to be successful.

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