New York City Anti-Harassment: Introduction to New York City Harassment and Discrimination

New York City Anti-Harassment: Introduction to New York City Harassment and Discrimination

Course overview

When we think about harassment, we might think about the male executive requiring a female employee to submit to sexual advances in order to keep her job. Or the colleague who keeps pestering their coworker to go on a date. When it comes to discrimination, the employer refusing to hire someone because of their ethnicity might come to mind. We've heard these examples given for years. But under New York City law, harassment and discrimination don't have to be severe to be unlawful. In this course, we'll define what harassment and discrimination are in your city. We'll also walk you through some common questions that arise surrounding this topic. This introduction will help prepare you for your required anti-harassment and discrimination training.
  • 6 minutes
  • Format: Video
  • English
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