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#metoo - The Latest Impact on Workplace Legislation in New York
The #metoo movement has prompted many legislatures to take action on issues of workplace harassment and discrimination. In this episode, SHIFT founder and employment law attorney, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, explains what every employer needs to know about the latest workplace legislation to come out of New York State.
#METOO update - What Employers Need to Know
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Second Update on New York State Training Requirements
The New York State Department of Labor has released final guidance on the new and sweeping requirements for sexual harassment prevention training required of all New York employers. SHIFT HR Founder and employment law attorney, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, sits down with us to provide an overview of the changes and clarifications to the first draft of guidelines. This episode is full of important updates employers will not want to miss.
Update on NY State training requirements
The New York State Department of Labor has released updates on the new and sweeping requirements for sexual harassment prevention training required of all New York employers. SHIFT HR Founder and employment law attorney, Katherin Nukk-Freeman sits down with us to provide an overview of the new requirements and what employers need to know to meet the aggressive deadlines.
Transgender issues have become a hot topic of discussion in the media from Caitlin Jenner to court battles over bathroom rights. In this episode SHIFT co founders, Katherin Nukk-Freeman and Suzanne Cerra, discuss expanding rights and protections for transgender employees and the importance that employers be prepared to not only take proper and legal steps when managing transgender employees, but in making sure they are building workplace cultures that are inclusive of everyone.
Social Media in the Workplace
There is a growing blur between our work and private lives. Changes in technology and the popularity of so many different social media outlets has made this an increasingly complicated area for organizations to manage. Employment attorney and Co-founder of SHIFT HR, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, helps explain what employers and hiring managers should and shouldn't do regarding social media and prospective employees; what guidelines employers should set around social media access; how to handle and prepare for harassment that stems from social media; and understanding the NLRB's expansive view of what is protected activity.