Earn 2.0 CLE Credits (1.0 Elimination of Bias Credit) & Comply with Anti-Harassment Training Requirements

Fulfill Two Requirements in One!

  • Comply with new state anti-harassment training requirements.
    • NY Deadline: Oct. 9, 2019
    • CA Deadline: Jan. 1, 2021
  • Earn 2.0 CLE Credits*
    • 1.0 Elimination of Bias Credit 
    • 1.0 General Credit

* Available in CA and NY.

* Financial Aid may be available for qualifying participants.

Get the training you need

  • In the wake of #MeToo and rapid changes in the law, your company needs thoughtful and practical sexual harassment prevention training. 
  • Don't just comply — engage in an interactive experience that you will enjoy and learn from.
  • Realistic training led by top attorneys with deep expertise in employment law and sexual harassment prevention.

$149 $99

Questions? Call us at 908.368.1918 or email us at info@altaclaro.com.

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Why this course?

Taught by the outstanding attorneys of Reavis Page Jump LLP, a law firm at the forefront of the #MeToo movement and company risk management, this training arms your organization with expert guidance and tactical tips to prevent unlawful harassment and discrimination, and mitigate the harms and risks inherent when it occurs.

Exceptional Content (Video & Quiz)

Exceptional Content:

✔  Overview of laws prohibiting workplace sexual harassment and discrimination

✔  Concrete, contextualized examples of harassment, discrimination and retaliation

✔ Honest examination of the effects of these behaviors on employees and your workplace

✔ State-specific supplementary  materials

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What's Covered:

This 120-minute video Master Class provides legal guidance and practical information for advising your clients on common questions regarding harassment in the workplace, including:

  • Guidelines on what is and is not appropriate for the workplace
  • The need for a policy or policies specific to sexual harassment and other harassment
  • What should and shouldn’t be included in harassment policies
  • Complaint procedures for unlawful or inappropriate behavior
  • How to respond to “in the moment” complaints
  • Responding proactively to harassment even in the absence of a complaint
  • Training on supervisory responsibilities to reduce risk
  • Workplace dating policies
  • Employee education with regard to responding to inappropriate behavior
  • Role and responsibilities of the board of directors in responding to complaints of sexual harassment

 

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About the Faculty

AltaClaro has partnered with the professionals of Reavis Page Jump LLP, a law firm rich with first-hand experience on all sides of disputes over claims of sexual harassment and discrimination (including matters at the origin of #MeToo), to bring you a special online personnel training experience that is tailored not only to fulfill specific state and local requirements*, but to anchor and reinforce key ideas in your team's mindset, empowering your organization to reduce risk, raise the bar and build a better culture for years to come. 

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Helen Diana (“Heidi”) Reavis, Esq. 

 

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Lawrence Brocchini, Esq.

 

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Nikita (“Niki”) Bhargava, Esq.

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Nicole Page, Esq.

 

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Deena R. Merlen, Esq.

 

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Ethan Krasnoo, Esq.



 

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Jennifer M. Aponte

Head of Administration and Human Resources Manager

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Alice K. Jump, Esq.

 

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Mark H. Moore, Esq.

 

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Jill Kahn Marshall, Esq.

* When paired with the applicable supplements, this online Course is designed to fulfill the legal requirements for sexual harassment prevention training under the laws of New York State, New York City, Connecticut and California in effect as of September 1, 2019.  Please note that under the training laws in California and Connecticut in particular, employees who are required to receive sexual harassment training must be provided an opportunity to ask questions and obtain answers from a trainer in a reasonably prompt manner (which means within no more than two business days, under California’s statute).  Accordingly, upon request, AltaClaro can arrange a post-training Q&A Session for an additional fee for employers that do not wish to provide their own trainer qualified under the applicable statutes to perform this additional training function.  Please email learning@altaclaro.com for details.

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