New York legislators proposed a bill that enables hotels and motels to provide sexual harassment training to their employees. According to the bill, this hospitality-specific training must be interactive – either instructor-led or web-based training – where the learners are prompted to interact with the training material.
The legislation aims at ensuring that hospitality employees know the relevant legal statutes, appropriate behavioural standards, and reporting avenues available to them. Manager training must include the above as well as practical examples aimed at the prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Here’s a great resource to help you get a brief guide on New York sexual harassment training: https:/
Legislation requires that all employees receive sexual harassment training within two months of their hire date and every two years after their initial training.
We noticed a need in the hospitality industry for a line of interactive compliance courses that work with any learning management system, and have a business intelligence layer that alerts training managers of performance issues which may subsequently indicate an unacceptable degree of legal exposure.