Description NEW YORK EMPLOYEE AND SUPERVISOR TRAINING Every employer in New York must provide employees with sexual harassment prevention training once per year that complies with New York State/New York City training requirements. “Employee” includes all workers, regardless of immigration status, as well as exempt or nonexempt employees, part-time workers, seasonal workers, and temporary workers. CalChamber’s New York workplace Harassment Prevention Training makes it easy to effectively train employees and supervisors and meet your compliance obligations. The required employee and supervisor courses exceed the minimum training standards required under law. This thoughtful training features: Compelling, movie-quality videos. Commentary by qualified attorney trainers who assess each situation and offer key takeaways. Interactive knowledge tests to help users work through scenarios they may face on the job. The two-hour supervisor training offers much more, including additional supervisor-related commentary by qualified attorney trainers. Setting up and managing CalChamber’s workplace compliance training is simplified through our advanced learning management system, which streamlines the administration and enrollment process. BUNDLE YOUR WORKPLACE CYBERSECURITY COURSE WITH MANDATORY HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING AND SAVE! Save money when you purchase CalChamber’s interactive cybersecurity awareness training together with the required New York Harassment Prevention Training for employees or supervisors. Why is it important to learn about cybersecurity? In today’s workplace, employers recognize the importance of protecting their assets from potential risks from sophisticated cyber intrusions to challenges within the organization itself. A comprehensive approach to workplace safety encompasses both digital and interpersonal aspects. By combining both mandatory sexual harassment prevention training with cybersecurity awareness training, you will empower your team with the skills needed to navigate the complexities of today’s business landscape. Note: The average time to complete CalChamber’s “The Road to Cybersecurity” course is approximately 50 minutes.