Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Sept. 25, 9:30 - 11:30 AM live webinar
$20 CEDF loan clients / $30 others
Presented by Attorneys Robyn Drucker and Stuart Katz of Cohen & Wolf, P.C.
The Connecticut Time’s Up Act requires employers of all sizes to provide sexual harassment prevention training to supervisors by October 1, 2020.
All employers with 3 or more employees must provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees by October 1, 2020 (and within 6 months after the date of hire for all employees hired after October 1, 2019). This includes part time employees and seasonal help.
For this webinar, all registrants must have video capability on their computer to participate in the session. Attendance is monitored because this training meets the state's requirements. A certificate will be provided to those who satisfactorily complete the session. Joining by telephone doesn't qualify.
Why attend this session instead of utilizing the CT Commission on Human Rights free video?
- This session allows you to submit questions and scenarios to be addressed by specialist attorneys.
- Get the practical advice you need to manage effectively within the law.
- Learn from the perspectives and concerns of other small business owners.
About the presenters
Robyn Drucker represents public, private and emerging companies and individuals on complex business transactions and employment matters. Robyn provides guidance to employers in the drafting and implementation of employee policies and procedures, employment agreements, non-compete agreements, and independent contractor arrangements. In her transactional practice, Robyn regularly assists clients with structuring, negotiating and closing commercial transactions, ranging from commercial loans and corporate mergers and acquisitions, to commercial real estate purchases, sales and leasing.
Stuart M. Katz is a principal of Cohen and Wolf and chair of the firm's Litigation and Employment & Labor practice groups. He also chairs the firm's Diversity & Inclusion committee. Stuart represents employers of all sizes in defending discrimination and harassment suits and litigating restrictive covenant, breach of contract, business tort and wage claims. He has been named "Lawyer of the Year" for Employment Law (Management) (2018) and for Employment Law (Individuals) (2016) by the Best Lawyers in America, for the Stamford, Connecticut metro area. He routinely provides guidance to employers and employees regarding personnel policies, handbooks and employee discipline.